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Attorney Leigha Sopiak

Meet Leigha

Leigha Sopiak is a skilled, protective, and empathic attorney, focusing her practice on high conflict divorce and custody cases, the establishment of paternity, child support enforcement, and modification actions.

Prior to entering law school, Leigha worked in the social services field assisting abused children, survivors of domestic abuse, and Veterans with PTSD/substance use challenges. This work sets her apart from the rest. Leigha brings the knowledge learned from these experiences to her practice as she guides her clients through difficulties resulting from domestic abuse, child abuse, and substance use. She understands the importance of carefully and strategically handling an abusive spouse or parent on the other side. Leigha has a gift for supporting her clients through difficult times and takes an individualized approach to each and every case.

While in law school, Leigha was a single parent. She understands firsthand the highs and lows of co-parenting, providing for a child on a single income, and trying to build a great life for herself and her child all within the confines of the law. These life lessons have translated beyond simply following the law and developing it by writing legislative bills pertaining to child support and child support enforcement.

Leigha’s wholistic approach to divorce and custody cases makes her an ideal choice to be your advocate. She tailors her practice style to each individual situation. While Leigha values efficiency, she is comfortable standing tall against opposing parties. She is a skilled litigator in the event an agreement cannot be made outside of court. Leigha is competitive, hardworking, and thoughtful – all of which are qualities critical to getting results.

When Leigha is not practicing law, she values time with her husband Gregory, her stepson Jax, and her daughters Emmy and Liv.

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