Employment Law | Family Law | Civil Rights

No Matter The Legal Crisis You’re Facing,
We Will Help You Achieve What Matters Most

A Firm Focused on Family Law, Employment Law & Civil Rights
No Matter The Legal Crisis You’re Facing, We Will Help You Achieve What Matters Most

Small Firm Attention with Large Firm Results

The Trabosh Law Firm has the skill and knowledge to handle the most complex employment litigation and family law matters. We will evaluate your case for free, confidentially, and with no obligation on your part. We provide each client attentive, individual service of the highest quality. We treat our clients as family and will work closely with you throughout the legal process. We pride ourselves on providing passionate, client-focused advocacy. We will work with you to build your case, navigate the complexity of the legal process, and help you seek the resolution you deserve.

Practice Areas

Employment Law

  • UnlawfulTermination
  • Retaliation
  • Discrimination
  • Leave of Absence
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Unemployment Benefits

Family Law

  • Adoption
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • Prenuptial Agreements

Client Reviews

Straight Forward & Knowledgeable

Arykah Trabosh has helped me through a very difficult and complicated unemployment matter. Arykah is persistent and never gives up until she has collected all the needed information that pertains to your case. Easily reachable and straight forward in her approach. I'm very happy that I found Arykah to represent me. Her assistant is also great! I could not have chosen a better unemployment lawyer for my unemployment case.
Posted on Avvo.com by Carolyn.

Fantastic employment attorney!

Mrs. Trabosh is overall a wonderful lawyer. She truly cares about her clients very much. As my husband and I are one of her clients. She truly cares about people with disabilities. Also the firm she works for is fantastic as well, Alan Schorr & Associates. She seems to go beyond and over for her clients to keep them satisfied. She's very good at keeping clients informed at all times.
Posted on Avvo.com by an anonymous employment client.


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