Family Law Practice Areas

Lisa R. McCall has years of experience guiding families through the complex divorce process. We listen and consider each situation individually, discuss your goals and then counsel you about your legal options. 

Appellate Practice Areas

In family law appeals, it is important that your attorney knows more than appellate law – they must also know family law. Lisa R. McCall is a certified family law specialist who is experienced in handling many different family law writs and appeals. 

Alternative Dispute Resolution

There are other alternatives to resolve your case that never involve setting foot in a courtroom. Contact us to discuss your options. 

Are you considering divorce? We can help.

What Our Clients Think

Lisa professionally guided me through the challenging, emotional, and difficult process of building a temporary restraining order case, combined with divorce and custody cases. Lisa kept me clear and focused on the facts, and guided me to make realistic, proper decisions based on those facts. Lisa took the time and energy to make sure I was just as prepared as she was.

Stafford, June 2018

Divorcing from a woman with lawyers up and down her family tree was daunting and yet I’m not about to back down when I know I’m in the “right”. I met with LISA from a referral from my sister. We talked on the phone and in her office multiple times. She helped me before I was even a client and made it very clear. There are several parties in the divorce and she and her firm was one of them.

Steve, July 2018

I am thrilled to offer my highest recommendation for Ms. Lisa McCall, the family attorney who represented me in a high-conflict custody and divorce battle. At our initial consultation I found her to be knowledgeable, thorough, compassionate and surprisingly generous with her time. That continued to be true throughout my divorce case, which was settled out of court in only six months, thanks to Lisa’s work.

Jami, May 2019

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