Erin C. Golding
Erin, now a partner, joined the Burr Law Firm in 2011 and focuses her practice on family matters. Erin serves as Collaborative Counsel, negotiates settlements and, when appropriate, litigates on behalf of men and women in divorce, custody, child and spousal support, property distribution, same-sex dissolutions, and other matters involving family disputes. Erin has also been appointed by the Court to represent children in custody cases.
Erin is a trained mediator who regularly serves in that capacity in family law matters.
COMMITMENT AND PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS
Erin currently serves on the DC Bar’s Family Law Steering Committee and is President of the DC Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Erin co-founded and helps run Third Thursdays, a free divorce workshop, and volunteers regularly at the Family Court Self-Help Center at D.C. Superior Court. She is a past President and co-founder of the Collaborative Project of Maryland and a co-founder and continuing board member of the Collaborative Project of DC.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Erin received her law degree from the George Washington University Law School, where she was recognized as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar and graduated cum laude. Erin received her bachelor’s degree from Pomona College, cum laude. Erin is admitted to practice in DC, Maryland, New York and Massachusetts (inactive).
Erin has been named a Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2019.
She appeared on ‘Good Morning Washington’ in August of 2019, interviewed about collaborative law