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By homeis South Asians  ·  September 22, 2019

Hindi Speaking Family Lawyers

Hindi Speaking Family Lawyers

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Ravneet Rekhi Chowdhury

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Ravneet Chowdhury has been licensed for 7 years and handles cases in Family, Criminal Defense, Business. This attorney attended Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center and has an office in Coconut Grove, FL.
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Silky Sahnan

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I take a holistic approach to the practice of law. For me, the holistic practice of law upholds that all aspects of people's needs - physical, social, and mental - should be taken into account and seen as a whole. Using a holistic approach, all potential contributing factors that may affect a person's case are taken into consideration when assessing a person's overall legal situation.
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Ruby G. Patel

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Ruby Garg Patel focuses her practice on family law.   Attorney Patel works to resolve issues in favor of her clients, after taking the entire financial and family context into consideration. She guides her clients towards points of agreement.  Knowing that divorce causes intense anxiety and fear in clients, she works to shorten the time frame-providing a beginning, middle, and an end to the process.   It is a fact that the majority of cases settle and are not tried in Court. Attorney Patel strives to save families and allow them to get on with their lives so she settles cases sooner than later. She saves families stress and extensive litigation fees.   A keen mind, mediation and collaborative law are just of few of the tools in her arsenal to expedite the divorce process. Ms. Patel is also a strong advocate for using out of court methods to resolve conflict.  However, when necessary she has the essential skills to litigate in court.  She successfully settles support and custody disputes and is well versed in varied timesharing alternatives to help you find the right fit for your family.   Lengthy divorce battles harm families. Attorney Patel advocates to resolve issues and allow the parties to move on.  It is inevitable that children will experience their parent’s tension and stress during the divorce. Attorney Patel actively advises her clients and uses books, referrals and advice on how to prevent children from being stressed.   Attorney Patel is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University preparing law school graduates for the Florida Bar Examination.   EDUCATION: B.A., Northeastern University, Boston MA. J.D., Nova Southeastern University Law School, Fort Lauderdale, FL.   MEMBERSHIPS: FAWL (Florida Association of Women Lawyers) American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Broward County Bar Association Florida Bar Family Law Section (Member)   ADMISSIONS: Supreme Court of the State of Florida United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
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Shyama S. Parikh

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Picking an Attorney is one of the most important decisions you will make. You should pick someone you are comfortable communicating with, someone you have confidence in and someone with the necessary experience to get the best possible results. I have dedicated my entire career to practicing Family Law and have represented clients in all types of cases.
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Archana Srivastava

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I moved to the United States from India when I was a young child. My parents got divorced in the late early 1990s, where divorce was not heard of in the South Asian culture. My parents' divorce instilled in me a passion for family law, with a commitment to doing wh