Myra Chack Fleischer

Top rated family law attorney in Carlsbad, California

Fleischer & Ravreby
Myra Chack Fleischer
Fleischer & Ravreby

Practice Areas: Family law; view more

Licensed in California since: 1997

Education: Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2019 - 2023
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Fleischer & Ravreby

2755 Jefferson Street
Suite 200
Carlsbad, CA 92008 Visit website


Myra serves as Lead Counsel & Founder of Fleischer & Ravreby and has been practicing law since 1997. She focuses on high asset cases and is skilled in all types of litigation, including: divorce, property, asset division, custody and support, settlement agreements, mediation, and family law appeals. Myra's financial background combined with her law expertise is a key factor in Myra's success in cases where there are issues involving complex asset divisions. Myra strives to avoid court where possible by driving settlement of assets through mediation while still maintaining a formidable reputation as a fierce litigator. Each year Myra litigates several muliti week/month long high asset trials for her clients with succesful outcomes. Most recently, in 2018, Myra won the Top Verdict awarded in any case for her client in Quantum Merit, Equitable Division, Family Law. Myra holds a strong belief in the advocacy of children in the sensitive practice of domestic law. She is also a Certified Family Law Specialist (CLS-F) and, before going to law school, worked for 10 years as an accountant in public accounting and as the controller of an international mid-sized software company-a rare background for a family law lawyer. Myra is the receiptient of several honors and awards.

Practice areas

Family law

Focus areas

Alimony & spousal support, Child support, Custody & visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic violence, Prenuptial agreements, Marital property, Mediation & collaborative law, Same sex family law

  • 100% Family law

First Admitted: 1997, California

Professional Webpage:

  • San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, Distinguished Service Award, 2005
  • American Jurisprudence Bancroft Whitney Award in Federal Income Taxation, 1996 
  • Women Who Mean Business Finalist, 2012
  • Wiley W. Manual Pro Bono Services Award, 2003 and 2006
  • San Diego Top Influentials Award, 2012
  • The Daily Transcript’s 50 Top Influential Leaders, 2018
  • San Diego Daily Transcript Top 100 Business Professionals, 2016
Educational Background:
  • University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania majoring in marketing and earning a B.B.A.
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • Certified Legal Specialist - Family
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, 2010
  • Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego, Board Member
  • Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego, President
  • California State Bar, 1997
  • United States Court, Southern District of California, 1997
  • United States Court, Eastern District of California, 1997
  • United States Court, Northern District of California, 1997
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Americans are a mobile bunch. Many of us move multiple times during our lives for reasons as varied as we are. Landing a new job, falling in love with someone from another state or simply wanting to experience life in a new place are just a few examples. But it’s not so easy to pick up and go when you’re a divorced parent. Especially if you want to move out of state with your kids. Your custody arrangement – along with the well-being of your children and the rights of your ex must be carefully considered. If you’re a California resident contemplating relocating after divorce, it’s important to consult with an experienced attorney who understands the complex laws related to the situation where your ex wants to move out of state with your child., Author, Your Ex Wants to Move Out of State With Your Child: What Now? , Divorce Magazine, Divorce, Family Law, California Divorce, 2018
  • So often, married couples try to put off a divorce when they have young children, thinking it would be better for their kids if they put their problems aside and stayed together “for the sake of the children.” In recent survey results from Great Britain, eight out of 10 young people ages 14 through 22 who have experienced parental problems, including separation and divorce, say they’d much rather have their parents split up if they are unhappy. The study was conducted by the British family law organization Resolution in an effort to help the British government provide advice for divorcing parents. The findings are just as applicable across the Atlantic in the United States., Author, Kids to their parents: please break up if you’re unhappy, Community Digital News. “Legally Speaking”, 2016
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Office location for Myra Chack Fleischer

2755 Jefferson Street
Suite 200
Carlsbad, CA 92008

Phone: 858-720-8250


5 Years Super Lawyers
  • Super Lawyers: 2019 - 2023

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