A third-generation lawyer, Scott has been practicing family law continuously since his admission to the bar in 1989. After graduating with a dual degree in History and English Literature from U.C.L.A. in 1986, Scott then obtained a Juris Doctorate from U.S.C. in 1989, where he participated on Law Review.
Scott MacCabe chose to focus his practice on family law to assist clients with important family decisions and advocate to their ultimate satisfaction in what is often both an emotionally stressful and economically vital period of their lives. Working either with settlement negotiations or trial, Scott’s advice has proven crucial in custody, support, and property disputes. His personal attention to the details of each case ensures diligent and meaningful representation at what is often the most important legal situation any of us will ever experience.
Having served as a Judge Pro Tem, Scott MacCabe has the insight needed to guide clients through the court processes. Also with experience as a court-sanctioned mediator, Scott is able to guide clients to an amicable resolution and avoid the emotional and financial costs of litigation. Then in collaborative law, Scott is able to work efficiently as a team member helping the clients control the dissolution process outside of court.
Whether you need help with a premarital agreement, establishing paternity, a post-judgment modification, or a divorce with property division, custody/visitation, child support, spousal support, and attorney fee issues, Scott compassionately and aggressively advocates for you. Each case is critical to each client, and Scott pursues your claims accordingly.