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Brenda Rhea

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  1. Review

    Posted by a client,
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    • I do not recommend Brenda Rhea.

    She is not trustworthy. She is tired and needs to retire. She will NOT fight the good fight. My mediation was decided between her and my ex's lawyer before I walked in the room. She told me different. Do not write that check. God bless in your search for help.

  2. Disappointed

    Posted by Joe, a Divorce client,
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    • I do not recommend Brenda Rhea.
    • I hired Brenda more than 3 years ago.
    • Brenda handled my Divorce & Separation matter.
    • I have previously worked with 3-5 lawyers.

    I used Brenda for a recent divorce and was very disappointed. She is very knowledgeable, very direct and came highly refered. That's the good. With me, she did not return calls promptly and seemed only concerned with an expedient settlement. In my decree there was a section about visitation with my children that we discussed in great length. I made it clear what I wanted and she assured me that the language covered my request. Not so: I am having to retain another attorney to try and have the decree modified because the language was not specific enough and left loopholes. I spent a lot of money and time on this issue and explained in very clear unambiguous terms what I wanted. Now I am having to pay thousands more to have the decree modified, which is by no means an easy task. I realize not all bases can be covered in divorce proceedings and things come up: but this issue was discussed time and again and I was assured that all i's were dotted and all t's crossed...turned out not to be the case.