Posts by Steinberg Law

Divorce and Child Custody Litigation vs. Mediation

In these troubled times, many people are avoiding divorce. Alternatively, they might attempt to litigate or resolve their divorce and child custody issues themselves. Over the past fifteen years I have practiced as a family law attorney, I have seen many serious problems with divorce and/or child custody cases that were done without an attorney Read More

What Really Matters In Choosing A Family Law Attorney

Over the fifteen years that I have been a Family Law Attorney in Las Vegas, Nevada, I have realized that clients do not always understand how to choose an attorney to handle their divorce, child custody, child support or other family law matter. Many potential clients think that the best attorney for them is the Read More

Why Divorce Mediation?

Back in 2002 when I sought a divorce, I had no idea that there was a way to get divorced that didn’t include trashing my future ex-husband’s name through the mud, fighting lawyers, loads of money going to those fighting lawyers, turmoil for my kids and bad feelings all around. From everything I had seen Read More

Tune Out to Tune In

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Vice President of Relationship Marketing, Hillary Torchin, writes for the ‘Family First’ section of Las Vegas Woman Magazine.  Check out her August article, “Tune Out to Tune In” right here.

Meet Attorney Brian Steinberg

Brian Steinberg was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV, the youngest son of Faye and Dr. Leon Steinberg, founder of Steinberg Diagnostic Medial Imaging. While both of his two older brothers and his younger sister chose to follow their father in fields of medicine, Brian decided to go in another direction… family law. As Read More

Local attorney advises family law clients not to go to court

Nevada attorney Brian Steinberg has built a strong reputation as a native Las Vegas family law attorney with 15 years of experience. Steinberg has been a strong proponent of family law mediation and is making a concerted effort to educate the Southern Nevada community about the benefits of mediation versus going to family court, a Read More