Paralegal Pamela Sammond has practiced primarily in the area of family law since 1981. She serves clients in complex marital dissolution and other family law proceedings in a variety of areas including division of property, spousal support, child custody, child support and visitation issues.
Ms. Sammond assists the client and the family law attorneys with all aspects of the marital dissolution proceeding. She helps prepare pleadings and correspondence, is involved in case research, analysis, development and management, assists with needed discovery, is a link between the attorney, court, experts, and opposing counsel, and, when necessary, helps prepare the case for mediation or trial.
With her 30 plus years of experience, Ms. Sammond is able to help educate the client during an extremely difficult time of their life, always being sensitive to their feelings. As a liaison between attorney and client, she helps facilitate the client’s case in a knowledgeable, cost-efficient manner.
Pam also works on cases involving criminal and complex civil litigation, often assisting at trial. In addition, Pam works with business entity formation, organization and administration; stock issuance; and corporate record book maintenance.
Pam has been active in many volunteer capacities, including facilitating support groups for divorced and separated individuals, volunteering at Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners and teaching Sunday school. Pam is a former marathon runner and her interests include traveling, downhill skiing, golf and water skiing. She has two children.