St. Louis, MO—Joseph Lambson, a veteran Missouri family law attorney and founding member of the Hispanic Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, has joined the Margulis Gelfand law firm as a partner.
“Joe’s reputation and experience in spearheading sophisticated cases make him one of the most sought after family law and civil litigation attorneys in the state,” said partner Justin Gelfand.
Partner Bill Margulis added, “We’re thrilled to add a lawyer with Joe’s credentials to our firm.”
In addition to representing clients in complex domestic relations cases across Missouri, Lambson is frequently appointed by judges in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and St. Charles County to serve as a guardian ad litem representing children in the family court process.
“I am very excited to join Margulis Gelfand’s deep bench of top-notch trial attorneys,” said Lambson. “This transition provides unparalleled opportunities for my clients whose cases often involve complex financial analysis or intersect with other areas of the law and benefit from creative, out-of-the-box litigation strategies.”
Prior to joining Margulis Gelfand, Lambson was a founding partner of Clayton-based Coulter Lambson LLC. In addition to founding and serving as a former president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Lambson has served as a member of the Missouri Bar’s Diversity Committee and the Missouri Bar’s Annual Meeting Planning Committee. He is fluent in Spanish and is frequently invited to present at legal conferences throughout Missouri, including the Missouri Family Law Conference and the Missouri Bar Annual Meeting.
Lambson received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis.