Millennials have much more open attitudes towards cohabitation than previous generations. Many have lived through their parents’ divorce, so they won’t make the decision to marry lightly.
Margot Freedman Alicks
Margot Freedman Alicks, co-founder of Broxterman Alicks McFarlane PC, is an experienced attorney who fell in love with family law through her work representing children under the care of family services as an attorney-guardian ad litem, her assistance with victims of domestic abuse in seeking orders of protection from abuse and/or for custody, and her representation of parents in termination of parental rights proceedings.
Margot has litigated high asset complex divorce disputes with trusts, dissipation, and family-owned businesses; high conflict child-centered matters such as relocation cases and cases of domestic abuse (with a focus on obtaining temporary and permanent civil protection orders); discovery disputes; and all while attempting to settle high conflict matters through mediation and the Collaborative Law approach.
Margot also serves as a neutral mediator for parties represented by counsel or those who are navigating the system without counsel of their own.