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I have been utilizing the services Of Tina Boyd for several years, and find her very knowledgeable about the subject matter pertaining to custody. I have been to court with her and trust that her advice and representation will afford me the most beneficial outcome. She has been able to keep me informed and does so in a timely manner. When I was in my most frustrated concerning demeanor, she spoke to me and calmed my fears as well as my demeanor. The family firm she works with has a variety of specialty talent to meet many different needs, and I have suggested this firm and Tina, to many of my friends who find the need for legal intervention.
Tina is a God send! When I first met her I was scared and did not know anything; I felt 100% better when I walked out of her office! She is professional, personal, and she knows her stuff! Clear, no nonsense advice. If you are looking for an attorney, stop looking and hire Tina. The worst thing that could happen is that you overlook her and the opposing litigant hires her! She returns phone calls and e-mail quickly! I am very comfortable and confident in Tina! I made the right choice!
Tina is an excellent lawyer. She always responds to us and we receive everything we need from her. She has fought for us during custody battles and we feel that she has done an excellent job, especially with father's rights. We would highly recommend her!
She does not answer email or phone calls promptly. She ignored requests and did not fully inform me (I was not given copies of letters etc., until after they were sent). She even caused me to be put in contempt of court due to a letter she sent, which I was not able to approve first. Then I got charged for the hearing, phone calls, letters and a meeting the night before. She did not allow me to go into the court room and made me stay out in the waiting room. I wasn't even aware, until it was all over (and she let it slip) that I was in contempt of court. She had never sent me any paperwork stating why I was going to court or times, etc. She was not my original attorney from the firm. I was told I could have another attorney if she didn't work out(my first lawyer no longer handles domestic situations). When I explained to the original attorney that I would like to try someone else. They just dropped my case, telling me that they knew they shouldn't have taken my case since I had gone through 2 attorneys before this (this was because I was in an abusive relationship and the local womans shelter suggested that I use their attorney after I had already hired an attorney). The situation has caused a lot of stress on my already difficult situation. If you have a difficult case, which this was, this may not be the lawyer to hire.