Law School: Thomas Jefferson School of Law
College: Temple University
Myra Chack Fleischer has been practicing law in San Diego since 1997 with experience in civil litigation and family law. Fleischer is a Certified Family Law Specialist. This designation from the California Board of Legal Specialization is bestowed on attorneys who have met certain qualifications and uphold standards of practice established by the Association of Certified Family Law Specialists.
Fleischer founded Fleischer & Associates in 2001. In 2013, Fleischer added the respected law office of Richard R. Ravreby to her firm, forming the new firm Fleischer & Ravreby in Carlsbad. Fleischer serves as lead counsel with a focus on divorce, property, custody and support, settlement agreements, mediation, asset division and family law appeals.
Fleischer is active in the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego, a dedicated team of attorneys, financial professionals, and licensed therapists and counselors who advocate a cooperative approach to working through family law matters, avoiding the confrontational, stressful experience many people are put through in the court system.
Fleischer contributes countless hours of pro bono service to the community including those who could not otherwise access legal advice or representation. Fleischer has been a member of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyers Program since 1997, the region’s oldest and largest pro bono legal services program. She serves as a volunteer legal counselor with the Project SARAH Domestic Violence Clinic, a program of Jewish Family Services of San Diego; and is a supporter and past board member of the Women’s Leadership Institute in San Diego.
Her bar admissions include California (Certified Family Law Specialist); U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Southern and Central Districts of California.
Fleischer has served as a member of the board of directors for the Jewish National Fund in San Diego and is proud to serve in her second term as board president through 2014.
Fleischer served in multiple leadership roles for Congregation Beth Am, a leading conservative Jewish presence in San Diego County known as “The House of the People,” including vice president of the board of directors; education committee chair; women’s connection committee; and budget committee. She was a member of the board of directors of the American Jewish Congress. Previous service includes the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and multiple roles with the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Fleischer is a Philadelphia native. She and her husband, Charlie, have three adult children: Nathan, Jordan, and Sara. The Fleischers are residents of San Diego.