Christine A. Dolan has years of experience seeing families at their worst due to her background prosecuting child abuse and neglect cases in New York City. It was a tough job with few happy conclusions, but Ms. Dolan saw how motivated some parents were to be reunited with their children by overcoming substantial obstacles.
That led her to family law, a profoundly personal and emotional practice that often has scorned spouses trying to keep the other spouse from having more parenting time purely out of spite.
“As a parent myself, I know how important it is for a child to have a relationship with both parents as each parent brings something different and unique into a child’s life,” Ms. Dolan said. “I work hard to achieve the outcome my clients desire.”