I hope all is well. I have often thought that you must have the worst job in the world. My divorce was the most horrible experience I have ever had, and you deal with that on a daily basis. I wanted to let you know how much your work means to the clients you serve.
It was just over four years ago when I called your office for the first time. I had just been served with a notice to pay spousal support that was equal to my entire salary. I was living in Williamsburg by myself, with my friends and family a thousand miles away. I had embarrassing facts about my marriage that I had kept away from those same family and friends for 5 years.
From our very first meeting, you put me at ease. The one single thought I had after that meeting was I was not alone. For the first time I felt as though it was AND you against the world. Over the next year, you provided sound advice and helped me to naviage a solution. I was able to relocate back home.
Fast forward 4 years. I'm married with a six month old daughter. I come home to a happy home every night to a wife that I enjoy, and she enjoyes me. 4 years ago I was almost a million dollars in debt and today I'm 75% paid off. I have taken advantage of career opportunities that my ex wife forbid me to take and I'm now a leader in my field, community and state.
I never thought that life could be like this and at my worst, thought that I had made every bad decision possible and would be sentenced to a life of misery. I sincerely think that leaving my ex-wife was the best decision I could have ever made. Hiring you was the second.
Please know that not only does your work matter, but so does the warmth and friendship you bring to every case. I am forever grateful.
Jason B., M.D.Jason B, M.D., Physician, 37 years old, Williamsburg, VA Divorce Client