LOS ANGELES – Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers (MOLM) today announced that Craig S. Pedersen has been made a partner at the Century City-based family law firm. Pedersen, who joined MOLM in 2013, has practiced family law for more than 20 years. At MOLM, he specializes in all aspects of family law with a focus on high-net-worth divorce, high conflict custody cases, paternity matters and post-judgment litigation.
“Craig excels in the practice of family law because of his meticulous attention to detail, ability to handle conflict with patience and keen judgment,” said Lisa Helfend Meyer, MOLM founding partner. “He also has a great talent in helping clients express their ‘voice’ and to present it in a way that judges and other arbiters can understand. He is a tremendous asset to our firm and clients.”
Pedersen earned his J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles where he received the Dean’s Service Award. He is a past President (2012) of the Loyola Law School Alumni Association Board of Governors and continues to sit on the Board, where he has helped oversee pro bono efforts including adoption finalization hearings and legal services clinics. Pedersen graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a B.A. in political science.
Currently, Pedersen serves as a Vice Chair for the Beverly Hills Bar Association, Family Law Section. He grew up in the greater Pasadena area and continues to reside in Altadena.
About Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers (MOLM) is the trailblazing family law firm founded entirely by female partners. MOLM continues to challenge the status quo by providing innovative, top-notch legal services in all areas of family law, including international and domestic child custody move away cases; custody disputes involving special needs children, addiction and abuse; high-asset divorce; and same sex marriage cases. MOLM serves clientele that includes members of the entertainment and financial industries; sports figures; business leaders and their spouses from offices in Century City and Irvine. For more information, visit molfamlaw.com or call 310-277-9747.
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