Ms. Belleau practices in the areas of domestic relations and family law. Ms. Belleau has experience in every aspect of a domestic dispute, including marriage dissolution, prenuptial agreements, child custody, and support. Through her extensive experience handling complex domestic cases, Ms. Belleau has a wide range of experience working with psychological and accounting consultants. Ms. Belleau also has substantial experience in resolving cases through alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation and arbitration.
Divorce and Family Law; Domestic Torts
University of Arizona, B.A., The University of Arizona, J.D.
1992, Arizona and U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
Pima County (Member, Family Law Section) and American (Member, Family Law Section) Bar Associations; State Bar of Arizona (Member, Section on Family Law); Arizona Women Lawyers Association; Association of Family Court and Community Professionals; Integrated Family Court Committee.
Member, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law. Author: "Practical Pointers Litigating Domestic Emotional Distress Claims," Fairshare, 1997; "The Violence Against Women Act and Its Impact on Domestic Torts," Journal of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Spring 2000; Judge Pro Tempore, Pima County Superior Court, 2001- present; Member, Board of Directors, Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona; Member, Board of Directors, Sporting Chance; Member, Morris K. Udall Inn of Court; Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; Certified Specialist, Family Law, Arizona Board of Legal Specialization