Christopher S. Krimmer
Christopher S. Krimmer,
A client who retains the services of Attorney Christopher Krimmer is assured that he or she is working with an attorney who has the litigation skills to effectively represent that client in court; the legal knowledge to best advise the client of his or her options; the respect of judges and his peers, and the compassion to understand that his clients are facing a great deal of anxiety when they come see him. Attorney Krimmer’s clients are not merely case names in a roster of client files, but unique individuals who are facing a great deal of uncertainty about their future.
Attorney Krimmer understands that prompt responses and attention to your case is a high priority. Attorney Krimmer makes a commitment to respond to client emails within one day and for most situations will respond within the hour of receiving the email. He is an attorney who understands that most clients have a full time job and family commitments and that it is not always convenient for the client to visit the firm during the weekday. Attorney Krimmer wants to make your legal matter as least disruptive in your life as possible and will accommodate your schedule by meeting with you in the early morning, evenings and Saturdays.
Attorney Krimmer focuses his practice on legal issues affecting your family including, but not limited to, divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support, paternity, adoptions, guardianships, probate, marital property agreements (commonly known as “prenuptial agreements”), and estate planning.
Attorney Krimmer has also satisfied the state training requirements to serve as a guardian ad litem in family law matters. A guardian ad litem is an attorney appointed by the court to represent the best interests of a child involved in a child custody and placement dispute.
Attorney Krimmer has the legal acumen and skills to effectively serve as a mediator in your family law matter. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution in which the parties agree to submit their issues to a mediator who facilitates communication between the parties as everyone works towards a settlement. Mediation is a quicker, less expensive, and more amicable way to resolve disputes in contrast to litigation.