In Moving On, David Glass draws on his career as a family law attorney with a PhD in Clinical Psychology, as well as his personal experiences with his own divorce, to present a one-of-a-kind handbook to life after divorce. Addressing the practical and emotional considerations of post-divorce decisions, David walks you through how to rebuild after your split, including how to:
As difficult as it is, divorce is an opportunity to reevaluate, grow, and change. Moving On is your first step in leaving the past behind and starting your rewarding new life.
David concentrates his law practice on high-stakes custody litigation and complex asset division matters. He offers his clients an “inside look” at and understanding of the procedures employed by court-appointed mental health and psychological professionals in child custody cases. He serves as the Chair of his Firm, ENENSTEIN PHAM & GLASS’ Family Law Department.
Although concentrating on child custody litigation, David’s practice encompasses the full range of family law matters, including: dissolution/divorce; separation; the characterization, valuation and division of assets; child and spousal support; relocations; attorney’s fees and costs; parentage actions; same-sex marriages; pre- and post-nuptial agreements. Glass is also adept at working with the management teams for his affluent clients.
Glass has been certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization as a Family Law Specialist – a distinction held by only a small percentage of the family law practitioners in California. He is rated a perfect “10 on Avvo.com based on peer- and client reviews, and has been voted a Rising Star or Super Lawyer in Los Angeles magazine eleven times between 2005 and 2018.
Prior to his law career, David worked as a therapist treating adults with anxiety disorders, mood disorders and drug & alcohol addictions, and worked in a psychiatric emergency room
David serves on the Board of Directors for the California Southland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. He is an Adjunct Instructor of Law and Ethics at the American College of Professional Psychology. He is also an Associate Editor of The Los Angeles Psychologist, a regular contributor to Divorced and Hitched magazines, and has been quoted extensively in articles for New York Daily News, People, and Huffington Post.