Sheryl T. Friedrichs
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Sheryl has been practicing law since 1998 and currently limits her practice to family law. Although she routinely represents clients in court, she encourages all clients to seek out-of-court solutions to their conflict and to litigate only as a last resort.
Collaborative law, the new approach to conflict resolution, provides a private forum that is considerably quicker and generally less expensive then litigation. Collaborative law can be especially attractive for non-traditional families. When unmarried couples separate, property division and spousal support laws do not apply, and those couples do not have access to the courts in the way a married couple would have.
Call for a consultation to discuss the range of options available to you and the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each process.