“I am a formidable advocate. With over 20 years of experience and knowledge in family law, I help my clients maintain their financial and emotional well being while getting them through the divorce process in the most efficient possible way.”
Maris handles all aspects of family law litigation. Her practice focuses on the economics of premarital agreements, separation, divorce, unmarried partners, equitable distribution, support and alimony. She primarily works on traditional divorces and large complex cases involving closely held businesses and high net worth individuals. Maris represents clients and litigates in the five-county Philadelphia area, including appellate courts.
Maris is intelligent and experienced, with more than two decades of practice in law. She often writes materials on a variety of family law issues for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and various Pennsylvania bar associations. Maris is a strong supporter of her clients in more ways than one; in addition to focusing on her clients financial concerns, she makes their emotional well-being a priority.
In her free time, Maris enjoys being physical active. She likes running, camping, and practicing yoga. She can also be found reading or traveling somewhere with no mosquitoes.
Maris is a smart and skilled litigator who has successfully handled numerous traditional divorces, including those involving closely held businesses and high net worth individuals. With more than two decades of experience, Maris has also dealt with a wide range of family law issues, including premarital agreements, separation, unmarried partners, equitable distribution, support and alimony.
Maris was selected as a “Pennsylvania Rising Star” in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2013 in Philadelphia Magazine and the Law and Politics Magazine, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers – “Rising Stars” December editions.
Maris has authored numerous publications on the economic aspects of divorce and is a frequent lecturer on the topic. She has written for the Philadelphia Magazine, Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, the American Bar Association’s Family Law Advocate, the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Support Law Update, in addition to other bar association publications.
Over the years, Maris has also dedicated countless hours to pro bono work where she has represented low-income parties in family law and domestic relations matters.
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