Fleischer & Ravreby
Law Firm Overview
Myra Chack Fleischer has been a practicing law in San Diego since 1996. Prior to moving to San Diego and beginning law school, she worked for 10 years as an accountant in public accounting and then as the controller of an international mid-sized software company. Today, Myra has her own Family Law firm that focuses on areas such as property, custody and support, agreements, mediation, assets and violence and abuse.
Myra and her husband, Charlie, moved to San Diego in 1993 with their then 9 month old son and Myra began Law School. Shortly after receiving her degree within 3 years and growing her family to 3 children, she passed the California bar exam. During that same time, Myra won the American Jurisprudence Award for Federal Taxation.
Initially, following law school, Myra worked for a sole practitioner doing civil litigation with a focus in Family Law and in September 2001 she opened her own firm concentrating on a specialty in Family Law. One of the key reasons she succeeds in this arena is her unique background mix in accounting and business, as well as her belief in the advocacy of children to the sensitive practice of domestic law.
In her eight years of practice, Myra has skillfully guided hundreds of clients through the emotional and financial upheaval of a Family Law case. In many situations, she has successfully avoided court driving settlement of assets through mediation.
Myra is also a large contributor to the San Diego community. She is actively involved in the school systems, as well as other legal volunteer roles. In fact, in 2003, Myra was awarded the Wiley .W Manual Pro Bono Services Award for her volunteer efforts though the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.
Myra thinks of herself as more than an attorney. "It is important I be a friend to the person going through a divorce, custody dispute, etc.", Myra states. She adds, "Going though a divorce is in some ways harder than dealing with the death of a loved one. People need to know it is going to get worse before it gets better. My job is to make the hard parts simple on the legal side, so they can focus on their own healing and moving on with their lives."
Frequent Case Types
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Areas of Practice
- Child Support
- Family Law
- Custody & Visitation
Honors and Awards
- American Jurisprudence Award for Federal Taxation
- Wiley W. Manual Pro Bono Services Award
West Practice Categories
Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law
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