Ann Nicholson Haralambie Attorney PC (mail only)
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Board Certified Specialization: Family Law
Professional Liability Insurance: Yes
Admitted to Practice Law: 1977
Admitted to State Bar of Arizona: April 30, 1977
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Certified family law specialist (Arizona State Bar) & child welfare law specialist (National Association of Counsel for Children), Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney, author, speaker, consultant emphasizing child custody, abuse, and child advocacy. Author of 3-volume treatise, Handling Child Custody, Abuse, and Adoption Cases (3rd, West Publishing, updated annually). Co-author and co-editor of Child Welfare Law and Practice (3rd, Bradford Press).
Areas of Law and Practice
|Areas of Law||Areas of Practice|
|Appellate Practice||Civil Appeals|
|Family Law||Visitation Rights, Termination of Parental Rights, Uncontested Divorce, Third Party Custody, Step Parent Adoptions, Spousal Support, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Marriage, Private Adoptions, Postnuptial Agreements, Premarital Agreements, Paternity, Post-Divorce Modification, Parenting Time, Parental Rights, Matrimonial Law, name Changes, Parental Kidnapping, No Fault Divorce, Non-Traditional Family Law, Childrens Rights, Child Welfare, Divorce, Community Property Law, Child Sexual Abuse, Child Support, Child Dependency, Child Protection, Child Advocacy, Child Custody, Agency Adoptions, Adoptions, Child Abduction, Child Abuse and Neglect, Alimony, Annulment, International Child Abduction, International Child Custody, Interstate Adoptions, Interstate Child Custody, Interstate Support, Juvenile Dependency, Juvenile Law, Legal Separation, Marital Property Settlements, Marital Property Law, Marital Property Distribution, Marital Agreements, Independent Adoptions, Grandparents Visitation Rights, Gay and Lesbian Family Law, Grandparents Custody, Family Mediation, Foster Care, Fathers Rights, Domestic Violence, Equitable Distribution, Domestic Torts, Domestic Relations|
|Juvenile Law||Juvenile Dependency|
- 9th Circuit (Active), Arizona (Active), US Supreme Court (Active)
- U of Arizona
Last Updated: January 16, 2021
Typical Hourly Fee: $400
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Free Consultations: No
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