From the time she was 10 years old, Columbia divorce attorney Monica J. Schuring wanted to be a divorce lawyer with the primary goal of preventing other children from being victims of litigation.
“Family law is messy, and there is no way around it, but I wanted to practice in a field where I could work closely with clients and feel like I was having a positive impact when they are going through the unimaginable.”
Ms. Schuring prides herself on staying level-headed and calm in her practice, whether it is in the courtroom or handling a crisis. That composure enables her to better serve her client who is likely in crisis mode and may be navigating the family court system for the first time.
Ms. Schuring’s steady demeanor gives her clients a source of stability in an otherwise unsteady time.
“I think it is important for my clients to know that although it may not seem like it, everything is going to be OK, and I will work zealously to achieve the best possible result in their case,” she said.