The Wright Law Offices Team
Since the founding of the firm, Anthony has looked for individuals with skills, experience, and who could be trusted. Many of those who are part of the current team have been thoroughly vetted and have been a part of the success of the firm for many, many years. Even though there is a team, Anthony has strived to make the clients feel they have the most personal attention from the attorney and is one of the most accessible family lawyers in Las Vegas.
Anthony M. Wright, Esq.
Mr. Wright spent twenty years in Nevada schools, graduating at the top of his class in high school and in college in Las Vegas. At university, he obtained a cum laude diploma in Real Estate Studies. Mr. Wright has also travelled throughout the United States and Europe, living in Switzerland prior to attending law school.
In law school, at William S. Boyd in Las Vegas, he took property related courses in addition to family, criminal, and civil classes.
Mr. Wright works and lives near Green Valley, Henderson at The Wright Law Offices (TWLO).
Anthony has completed many hours of continuing legal education.
He has argued before the Nevada Supreme Court, taken enumerable cases to trial, and testified to change divorce law in Nevada.
Lucille Kramer, Esq.
Ms. Kramer graduated with high honors, Cum Laude, from Bates College in Maine in 1983 before attending Boston College Law School where she was editor of her law review, graduating in 1986. Ms. Kramer then practiced law in Massachusetts for 12 years, focusing primarily on family law and child custody related issues in Massachusetts. During her legal career in Massachusetts, Ms. Kramer also was president of the Middlesex County Bar Association and the First District Bar Association.
In 2001, Ms. Kramer relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada to pursue other business ventures. She began working for The Wright Law Offices in 2018 in the capacity of law clerk to put to use her depth and breadth of knowledge and insight of family law once again.
Mr. DeGala has an extensive background in both management and promotion. He graduated cum laude from CUNY Brooklyn College in 1991 with a degree in Film Studies and was the recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence.
A recipient of the prestigious Van Gogh Award from the Netherlands, Mr. DeGala is an award-winning digital media producer/director and is using his passions and experience to assist prospective clients to know about The Wright Law Offices so that they can make the best possible decisions when choosing attorneys for family law related matters.
Mr. DeGala has lived in New York, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, and Nevada.
In 2005, Mr. Wright formed The Wright Law Offices, PC to represent people from the Las Vegas Valley (Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Clark County) and all over the world in all levels of Nevada courts. He has significant experience in Municipal Courts, Justice Courts, District Court, Family Court, and the Nevada Supreme Court.
Mr. Wright has extensive experience in family law and has helped thousands of people in family law, criminal defense, and general civil matters. When the economy took a downturn for several years, The Wright Law Offices adapted to make legal services affordable to most. Even as the economy recovers, the low overhead approach to a law practice allows more people to get experienced legal counsel.
Mr. Wright has learned from, and has access to, some of the most respected and experienced attorneys in Nevada and can develop a strategy with help if necessary.
Post Law School Legal Education
Dedicated to constant education in an extremely dynamic field of law, attorney Anthony Wright has attended dozens of classes related to domestic relations. He has completed the following courses outside of law school to further his knowledge in the area of family law:
Bishop Family law Conference
Bishop Family Law Conference
Ely Family Law Conference covering:
Nuts and Bolts of Family Law Practice;
Supreme Court Panel: NRCP 16.2 and Advice on Improving your Approach;
The Complexities of Custody: Jurisdiction and Enforcement Prolems under Nevada Law;
Ethics and Very Hard Choices in Evidence;
Drug, Alcohol Abuse and Domestic Violence;
Case and Legislative Update;
Custody and Conflict;
Spy Stuff: Can we use it in Court?
January Family Law Bench-Bar Meeting: Family Mediation Center and the services they provide. Joyce Gallina to discuss issues directly regarding recording child interviews, protocols used, qualifications for mediators/interviewers, communications between FMC and the court/attorneys, and pressures/motivators used by mediators to settle cases
October 4, 2012 Family Law Bench Bar Meeting: Moderators: Judge Pomrenze and Corinne Price. Honored Guest Justice Mark Gibbons. Dicussion Topic: Amendment to NRCP 16.2 -Overview of Significant Changes | ADKT No. 476 and NRCP 16.205 | Revised Financial Disclosure Form, Opt-in form and Marital Balance Sheet.
Advanced Family Law covering:
Bruce I. Shapiro, Introduction and Moderator,
Humberto Rodriguez, SOS Litigation Services, What you should know about court reporters and their ethical rules.
Gary Silverman, Litigating Relocation Cases.
Judge Rob Bare, Ethical Issues From the Bench. Former Bar Counsel will discuss ethical issues from his new prospective.
Howard Ecker, Cohabitation Agreements.
James J. Jimmerson, Decree of Divorce versus Decree of Separate Maintenance and how to avoid malpractice.
Judge Charles Hoskin, Trial Practice in Family Court.
Robert Dickerson, Malpractice Traps When Preparing and Reviewing Prenuptial Agreement.
Marshal Willick & Ed Kainen, The Great Debates. Ed and Marshal will debate current trends and issues in Nevada family law.
Radford Smith, Evidentiary Issues In Family Court.
Tom Standish, Presenting Property Distributions at Trial.
Supreme Court Justices Kristina Pickering and Nancy Saitta, Supreme Court Family Law Update.
Family Court Judges Forum, Family Court Judges Bryce Duckworth; Frank Sullivan; Cynthia Guiliani; Charles Hoskin; Cheryl Moss; Robert Teuton; Cynthia Diane Steele; Mathew Harter; William Potter; William Voy and Vincent Ochoa discuss important issues and answer your questions.
Reception and Announcement of Family Court Judge of the Year. Reception hosted by Jolley, Urga, Wirth, Woodbury and Standish; Willick Law Group; Radford J. Smith; and Dickerson Law Group.
November Family Law Bench-Bar Meeting: Discovery Issues
September Family Law Bench-Bar Meeting: Judicial Pet Peeves
August Family Law Bench-Bar Meeting: AB 156 and the modified Affidavit of Service requirements, service requirements and considerations for motion practice, and the judicially reviewed list from the clerk's office regarding rejected filings.
April Family Law Bench-Bar Meeting: Law Clerk Checklist, Standardizing Landreth, Discovery Commissioner Issues.
Selecting Nevada's Judges: Protecting Impartiality and Ensuring Accountability
Advanced Family Law covering:
Introduction - Program moderated by Bruce Shapiro
Selected Topics Concerning Enforcement of Judgments: Appeals, Stays and Liens - Marshal Willick
Bankruptcy in Family Court - Shelley Krohn
Simplify Your Trial Preparation Life: Low-Tech and High-Tech Tools for Alimony and Asset Division Issues - Tom Standish and Melissa Attanasio
Tax Issues in Divorce - Ken Burns and Neal Chambers
Same Sex Marriages...and Divorce - Ishi Kunin
Personal v. Enterprise Goodwill in Businesses - Radford Smith
Evidence and Trial Practice in Family Court (Yes, the rules do apply) - Judge Charles Hoskin
Employment Law For Lawyer Employers - Carolyn Zucker
Law Office Management - Howard Ecker
Ethical Trends - Bar Counsel Rob Bare
Recent Nevada Supreme Court Decisions in Family Law - Supreme Court Justices Kristina Pickering and Nancy Saitta
Ely Family Law Conference covering:
Gary Nickelson, Esq. and Tom Vick, Esq.: Client Expectations; Temporary Orders; Property Case on a Shoestring
Ed Kainen, Esq.: Case law update
Mary Anne Decaria, Esq.: View from the Bench
Chief Justice William Maupin: Proposed NRCP 16.2
Gary Nickelson, Esq. and Brian Webb, Esq.: Substance Abuse; Custody Cases
Christopher Nickelson, Esq., Gary Nickelson, Esq., Tom Vick, Esq., and Brian Webb, Esq.: Preserving Error at Trial; Top 10 Mistakes at Trial; Appellate Advocacy
Diaz Dixon & Kevin Quint: Addictive Disorders
Dr. John Hiatt: Toxicology: Understanding Drug Screens and Reports
Michael V. Kattelman, Esq.: Legislative Update
Catherine Holland Petersen and Virginia Henson: Ethics: Scenarios to avoid.
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