An attorney/client relationship during a law suit, such as a divorce, modification of a custody order, or contested probate, is a relationship created out of necessity. This relationship is sought out by a person who is seeking help, experience and some level of guidance in the law suit, at a time of personal and professional stress.
The help that our clients receive from my office will be given by a team of people that understand what you are going through. We will provide the systems and tools that you need, when you need them, to progress you through the particular situation that you find yourself in. Everybody is different and every case has its unique issues but recognizing these differences and providing the correct tools to effectively handle these issues is key to an acceptable resolution of your case.
Having over twenty years of experience in handling family law cases, such as Divorce and Modifications of Suits Affecting Parent Child Relationship (SAPCR) and probate law cases, such as Will Contests and Guardianships provides the experience of having dealt with the issues that are important to you in your case.
The guidance that you will receive will come in two forms. The first is educating you about your case. The second is listening to you and working with you to create and clarify your options for your case.
The education consists of:
- Gathering the relevant information for your case
- Familiarizing you with the procedures and laws in your legal proceeding
- Evaluation of the relevant information in light of the procedures, laws, settlement or a Judge or jury trial
- And with the above information, formulating an educated strategy that is yours and that will meet your goals for your case.
The options building process is necessary so that you will be armed with all the information. During option development, with the experience that we have, we may be able to suggest options for your case that you may not have thought of. The Goal is that you will have an understanding of the possible outcomes so that you can make the best decisions for your case and your life.