Mr. Naylor was difficult to get in touch with on several occasions. I mostly delt with his secretary and sometimes got misleading or even blatantly wrong information. I was told by the secretary that I could take my ex wife to court because she would not sign a Free Trader agreement. When I called back to ask about the progress of the trial, the secretary gave me a court date. As the court date approached, I called again and happened to get Mr. Naylor on the phone as he was trying to call someone else. He informed me that I could not take my exwife to court for not signing the Free Trader agreement and that the court date was actually my exwife taking me to court over something else. I felt completely misled. When we went to court, as I waited for the trial, I noticed that my lawyer and her lawyer were working "against" each other on a number of cases. As I reviewed my legal fees, I noticed that I was billed a lot for phone calls between the two lawyers when nothing seemed to be accomplisheed. I also sent communication to my exwife through my lawyer that would have ended the entire proceedings. My exwife also tried to do the same thing. Neither one of us received the others communication and we were both told that the other one did not want to speak to us directly.
Overall, I felt taken advantage of and misled. I would not recommend Mr. Naylor ot anyone, including my ex wife