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From Crisis to Stability

While out one day, Beverly saw her cousin Tammy on the street. Tammy was visibly pregnant, homeless, and suffering from a drug addiction. Remembering her own past struggles with drugs, Beverly took Tammy into her home. She kept Tammy sober and fed during the final month of her pregnancy. Tammy gave birth to a healthy […]

From Crisis to Stability

While out one day, Beverly saw her cousin Tammy on the street. Tammy was visibly pregnant, homeless, and suffering from a drug addiction. Remembering her own past struggles with drugs, Beverly took Tammy into her home. She kept Tammy sober and fed during the final month of her pregnancy. Tammy gave birth to a healthy […]

A Commitment to Family

“George” is only 21 years old. Yet in his short adult life, he has chosen to assume an awesome responsibility. Three years ago, George’s mother died, leaving in his care the two young children she adopted after a family member lost custody of them. At the tender age of 18, George went into court to […]

A Father’s Journey

When Robert first arrived at Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center in spring of 2014, he was distraught over not having seen his two-year old son Damion in over eight months. At that time, Damion’s mother was ignoring all of his efforts to make contact, and Robert was unsure if he would ever see his […]

A Family Stays Together

All too often, when a client arrives at Levitt & Quinn’s office, it is in a state of desperation. This was the case for Miguel*, a loving father who had raised all three of his children for their entire lives. Midway through a lengthy divorce and custody battle, his wife filed a motion claiming that […]

Of Service

Sam*, a US Army veteran, came to Levitt & Quinn for help with a problem he could not fix on his own. Prior to and during his military service, Sam consistently paid his court-ordered child support and had regular contact with his daughter. Then while he was deployed overseas, the court changed Sam’s child support […]

A Child’s Best Interest

Thirteen years ago, Jill* came to Levitt & Quinn for help with a dissolutionwhen her daughter Abigail was just two years old. Jill has had primary custody of her young daughter since that time. Over the years, Jill and her ex-husband have experienced a more and more contentious co-parenting relationship. As a result, matters ended […]

A Father’s Journey

Late last fall, a father came to Levitt & Quinn devastated. Mike* hadn’t seen his five-year-old daughter for three years because the child’s mother had been keeping her from him, and he no longer even knew where or with whom she lived. Unable to afford a private attorney, Mike went to court several times on […]

A Veteran’s Story

A veteran of the U.S. Army, Tom* is the proud father of a three-year-old boy. But court orders, put in place at a time when Tom was attempting to navigate the complex legal system on his own, limited him to supervised visitation with his son and mandated child support payments that were almost three-fourths of […]

An Adoption Story

Camellia’s* family came to Levitt & Quinn seeking to adopt her into their loving care. Born with a serious disability, adoption was complicated by the fact that the family needed extra financial support in order to provide for her medical needs. As the parents tried valiantly to make Camellia a part of their family, they […]