Lynnette Herrman Receives “10 Best Attorney” Award from American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
April 19, 2017
Many Attorneys can achieve high degrees of success but this is often times at the expense or satisfaction of the most important person in the case- the client. American Institute’s Family Law Division looks for attorneys that have achieved unparalleled success but, most importantly, have done so for the benefit of their client. Very few attorneys can do so and our organization recognizes this significant achievement. Lynnette Herrman has received the AIFLA’s 10 Best Attorney Award for Client Satisfaction in Kansas for 2017.
Monica Cameron Joins Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light the Night Executive Board
March 24, 2017
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) helps fund research for a cure, treatment for patients suffering from blood cancers, and travel assistance for families who must travel to obtain medical treatment. Monica Cameron is on the Executive Board planning this event. Additionally, the staff and attorneys of Cameron & Herrman, P.A. will have their own team at the event. Our team is walking in honor of Hannah Soderstrom a Maize teenager who was diagnosed with leukemia in October 2016.
You can help by making a monetary donation, or by forming your own walk team. To make a donation, please visit http://pages.lightthenight.org/mid/WichitKS17/cameronherrmanpa
Cameron & Herrman, P.A. and Wichita Doula, L.L.C. Co-Sponsor “No Child Wet Behind”
March 24, 2017
One in three Wichita babies do not have enough clean diapers. Cameron & Herrman, P.A., helps parents obtain child support orders, but we want to do more to help the parents in our community.
This Mother’s Day, May 14, 2017, we are co-sponsoring
No Child Wet Behind. This family event will include a 5K race, a 1-Mile Family Fun Run shopping at vendor tables, and food-trucks. at Sedgwick County Park. Please sign up to run at https://runsignup.com/Race/KS/Wichita/NoChildWetBehindWichita?remMeAttempt=.
We are also accepting diaper donations at the office. All donations are welcome and accepted. Diaper packages do not have to be unopened, so parents can donate diapers that are left over from when their babies changed sizes.
Year-old Law Firm Expands Scope of Practice
January 26, 2017
The law firm Cameron & Herrman is expanding into a new area of law.
The firm formed in January 2016 to do family law, guardianship, adoption and child-in-need-of-care work.
With the addition of associate attorney Kenneth Newton, the firm will begin practicing criminal law on Wednesday.
Newton, who has been with the public defender’s office for two decades, will be the fourth attorney at the firm.
“Our goal is to continue to expand our practice areas,” attorney Monica Cameron says. [Read more…]
Cameron & Herrman, P.A., named one of the 16 Best Wichita Divorce Lawyers by Expertise.com
September 21, 2016
We Looked at 287 Divorce Lawyers in Wichita and Picked the Top 16. Cameron & Herrman, P.A. was formed in 2016, but the firm’s two [founding] attorneys have a combined 18 years of experience. The firm is based in Wichita and focuses largely on family law in addition to some traffic and DUI law. Both of the founding attorneys are former Kansas state prosecutors and have received awards [Read more… ]
Lynnette Herrman selected by American Jurist Institute as one of the “2016 Top 10 Family Law Attorneys” for Kansas
April 25, 2016
The American Jurist Institute is a third party consumer driven organization that identifies and promotes the nation’s top attorneys. Lynnette Herrman made the distinguished list of Top 10 Family Law Attorneys for Kansas because of her dedication to excellence in the practice of law. This is a great achievement as each attorney must be nominated by an AJI in-house team member, attorney or client and have attained the highest degree of professional achievement in their practice area of law and have exemplary client satisfaction.
PRESS RELEASE: Monica S. Cameron Nominated and Accepted as 2016 AIOFLA’S 10 Best in Kansas For Client Satisfaction
February 15, 2016
The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of Kansas’s Family Law Attorney Monica S. Cameron as 2016 10 Best Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction.
The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of the Top 10 Family Law Attorneys in each state. Attorneys who are selected to the “10 Best” list must pass AIOFLA’s rigorous selection process, which is based on client and/or peer nominations, thorough research, and AIOFLA’s independent evaluation. AIOFLA’s annual list was created to be used as a resource for clients during the attorney selection process.
One of the most significant aspects of the selection process involves attorneys’ relationships and reputation among his or her clients. As clients should be an attorney’s top priority, AIOFLA places the utmost emphasis on selecting lawyers who have achieved significant success in the field of Family Law without sacrificing the service and support they provide. Selection criteria therefore focus on attorneys who demonstrate the highest standards of Client Satisfaction.
We congratulate Monica S. Cameron on this achievement and we are honored to have her as a 2016 AIOFLA Member.
December 28, 2015
Lawyers Lynnette Herrman and Monica Cameron have shared office space since June, and now the two are merging their practices to form Cameron & Herrman on Jan. 1.
“There’s a lot that comes with becoming a firm,” Herrman says. “Growing as a solo practitioner is a little bit harder.”
Cameron practices family law exclusively.
Herrman practices family law, child in need of care, adoption, guardianship and personal injury.
Cameron and Herrman are looking to hire an associate attorney and a third legal assistant as well.
“We look forward to growing and expanding … the firm,” Herrman says.
She says their practice areas complement each other but they want to expand those areas as well.
By joining together, Herrman says that “you can offer more complete services to your clients.” [Read more…]
Lynnette Herrman Recognized as Top Lawyer
September 23, 2015
Lynnette Herrman has been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by the Global Directory of Who’s Who.
Monica Cameron: Wichita Eagle’s Featured Business Person of the Week
July 9, 2015
Cameron loves practicing law, just not the type she thought she would. She earned a law degree from Washburn University with the idea of becoming a prosecutor, then did just that for two years with the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office.
“Once I started doing it, it just wasn’t as fulfilling as I thought it was going to be,” said Cameron, who prosecuted traffic, criminal and juvenile cases.
Since 2010, she has specialized in divorce, custody and other family law matters. She also serves as a court-appointed mediator, trying to resolve cases before they reach a courtroom.
“I feel like what I’m doing is really important,” she said. “There is nothing as valuable as your children in your life. I get hugs after court.” [Read more…]
Monica Cameron Chosen as Top 10 Attorney
May 4, 2015
The National Academy of Family Law Attorneys has selected Monica Cameron to receive this year’s TOP 10 UNDER 40 Attorney Award for the State of Kansas. Monica has also been nominated one of the “10 Best” Attorneys for the State of Kansas by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.
Trial involving adoption of girl by FaithBuilders founder to resume Wednesday
January 21, 2014
A trial involving a request by the founder of FaithBuilders to adopt a 2-year-old girl that has been in her custody since nearly birth will resume Wednesday – several months earlier than scheduled. . .
In Tuesday’s hearing, Lynnette Herrman, attorney for the 67-year-old great-grandmother, told Rumsey that state law allowed DCF to move a child to a different placement now because the great-grandmother had been preselected as the adoptive family.
“All I’m asking the court to do is follow the law set by the Legislature,” she said. . . [Read more…]
FaithBuilders director challenges state decision on child placement
January 10, 2014
The director of a private child welfare program that has drawn fire from some parents for allegedly impeding their efforts to be reunited with their children after they were taken into state custody was in court here Tuesday, asking a judge to reverse a Kansas Department for Children and Families’ decision to place a two-year-old girl with the child’s great grandmother. . .
But attorneys for DCF, the child, and the great grandmother each argued that state and federal laws favored placing the child with relatives and that both the great grandmother and the great uncle had proven to be fit parents. Causing the child to remain with the Dixons, they said, would deny her access to her biological family, which is black. Dixon is white.
The racial distinction was one of the issues raised in the hearing, by the lawyer representing the girl’s great grandmother.
The attorney, Lynette Herrman, also cited several instances in which Dixon reportedly resisted social workers’ efforts to foster a relationship between the girl and the great grandmother. . . [Read more…]
Kansas officials investigate complaints about Wichita child welfare group
October 3, 2013
Lynette Herrman, a former Sedgwick County prosecutor who now represents parents and foster parents in custody cases in juvenile court, said the issues raised by the social workers warranted thorough investigation.
“Child welfare investigations are closed,” Herrman said. “That’s federal law. If DCF is talking about these cases to anybody but law enforcement, that’s a lawsuit waiting to happen.” [Read more…]