As my divorce is them first civil case I have ever been involved with my only frame of reference as far as dealing with divorce attorneys comes from my future ex-wife's experience and my experience with her council. They compare so well in responsiveness professionalism and cost, that Mr. Wilcox will be drafting all the closing documents. At our first meeting Morgan had researched the opposing council and gone over the petition with a fine tooth comb, provided excellent, advice and was thoroughly knowledgeable. If I had to find fault (believe I looked he is a lawyer after all) it is that he initially Mr. Wilcox would over explain a few things. As he began to understand the depth of research I had done and my more than lay person understanding of the Law he quickly adjusted and explained things at my level. He has an engaging, frank, guileless and open style of communication. His billing was itemized, precise and included a few lines such as message left for apposing council no charge. Perhaps the most important part beyond the a high level of professionalism was some sage advice on how interaction would change between my wife and I, how to handle those differences in a way that would not negatively effect the case, and a concise explanation of what I was likely to experience emotionally in the near future. If you have to hire and attorney consult with a few first, if it's a divorce attorney they seem aggressive and try to sell you on how to "get" your spouse RUN do not walk out that door. A level clear head is essential a good lawyer will tell you that Morgan is a good lawyer.