Two new attorneys join Hais, Hais, & Goldberger, P.C. St. Louis family law firm

Hais, Hais, & Goldberger, P.C. are proud to announce two new attorneys: Caitlin Keene and Diana Mallon. Keene was with Missouri Social Services and Mallon comes from DC Superior Court.

St. Louis, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

The law offices of Hais, Hais & Goldberger, P.C. proudly announce the addition of two new attorneys to their family law legal team. The new additions are Caitlin Keene and Diana Mallon. Keene’s primary work focus has been guiding families through the legal complexities of their cases. She previously worked as an assistant prosecutor and as a litigator for the Missouri Department of Social Services. As an assistant prosecutor, she focused on child support enforcement and as a litigator, she worked on child abuse and neglect cases. Mallon helps clients clarify their goals. She previously worked as a litigator for immigration and custody matters, was a judicial clerk in the District of Columbia Superior Court, and served as a legal intern that represented clients in family law cases at trial and appellate levels.

Keene received her Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and her J.D. in 2016 from the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law with an emphasis in family law. She participated in the Child Family Services Clinic and the Public Defenders Clinic, learning to be a fierce advocate for her clients. Mallon earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology and Spanish from Gonzaga University. She graduated from Washington University School of Law and the George Warren Brown School of Social Work. Since joining the firm in the summer of 2019, she has applied her understanding of how clients manage the stress of a legal case. She works to add clarity to the complicated legal process while fighting for the best possible outcome for each client.

The Hais, Hais & Goldberger, P.C. firm has been recognized as one of the top 10 best law firms in Missouri by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. Susan Hais and her husband, Samuel J. Hais, lead the Hais, Hais, & Goldberger, P.C. team. Their practice is focused on divorce litigation and the resulting child custody and child support issues that follow.

HAIS, HAIS & GOLDBERGER, P.C.

222 S. Central Ave, Suite. 600

Saint Louis, MO 63105

314.326.4885

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Address: 222 S Central Ave #600, St. Louis, MO 63105, United States
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