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            Jeffrey D. Fisher

            "One of the top divorce attorneys for the rich and famous." CNBC

            Zachary R. Potter

            Princeton and Yale Law School-educated attorney and former corporate litigator for Fortune 500 companies.

            Benjamin T. Hodas

            A tough, experienced trial court lawyer with a long resume of leadership positions in the state and local family law bar.

            Brendon  Carrington

            Princeton and Harvard Law School graduate who formerly conducted internal investigations for large public companies and hedge funds.

            Karly E. Dreker

            An experienced family lawyer and "second chair" to Ben Hodas since 2013.

            Alexander  Heckscher

            A top graduate of Princeton University and NYU Law School whose prior work involved international fraud investigations for a global law firm. (*Not admitted in Florida. Application pending.)


            The lawyers who handle large family cases should be as or more qualified than lawyers who handle similarly-sized cases for Fortune 500 companies.  High net worth families can, and should, demand that their family attorneys have impeccable credentials and extensive experience.