Whether it’s hitting the town in Betsy, her original 1964 Mustang, hefting weights at the gym or working to represent her family law clients, Attorney Michelle A. Hauser, Esq., approaches life with passion, high energy and dedication.
Michelle has worked in family law for 15 years and has been at our independent firm for the last nine years. She has helped hundreds of clients successfully resolve their cases in the local Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada, legal system. This experience gives her unique insight on different Judges and processes, and she knows how best to approach each case.
A Career Focused on Family Law
Michelle co-manages our small firm with partner Dawn R. Throne and is our resident expert on discovery and complicated child custody cases. She handles family law, guardianship, adoption law, divorce, child support, child custody, visitation rights, and domestic violence. Before joining us, she worked for clients in all areas of family law in addition to personal injury law, limited civil litigation and criminal law.
Working for an independent firm gives Michelle the opportunity to dedicate herself to clients as she rigorously and aggressively advocates for their interests. It gives her a chance to focus in on what their problems are, how the firm can help them and how they can avoid costly litigation.
Throne & Hauser is committed to taking on cases that have a high probability of success, and we believe an important part of our work is to recommend strategies that lead to positive outcomes. Sometimes, we need to protect clients from making bad decisions that could impact the rest of their lives.
Local Expertise in Nevada Family Law
Michelle is highly respected by her peers and is known as an excellent family law attorney throughout the Nevada legal community. Her impressive resume includes work as a contributing author for the 2008 edition of the Nevada Family Law Practice Manual, the foremost compilation of Nevada Statutes, case law, and local and state rules on Family Law. She also teaches other attorneys how to practice family law in CLE (Continuing Legal Education) courses and prepared the Amicus Curiae Brief on behalf of the Family Law Section in the case of Druckman v. Ruscitti in Nevada’s Supreme Court.
Michelle is secretary of the Family Law Bench Bar Committee for the Eighth Judicial District Court and sits on The Nevada State Bar Family Law Section Executive Council. She is also a graduate of the American Bar Association’s intensive trial advocacy program. In 2008, she worked as a Truancy Diversion Judge. She was admitted to the State Bar of Nevada in 2001, and to the U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, in 2005.