Fellow Family Attorneys and Law Students. Remember, We Appreciate our Clients to Keeps US Motivated

James William Green

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I just wanted to take a moment to remind my hardworking, intelligent and caring fellow divorce and family law attorneys and law students in the community to always appreciate their clients. Our clients privelege us with the opportunity to meet their needs. Helping people who are going through difficult times has always been a deep passion for me. I know this is also true for my distingueshed collegues in the legal field. Back in law school, as law students, many of us dreamed of helping others and even picked certain law schools and classes witth that dream in mind. Let's always remember that.

I can only try to inspire by sharing my approach. Whether I'm helping a person who is going through a tough divorce or dissolution of a domestic partnership, wading their way through domestic violence, dealing with custody and support, I feel a strong sense of satisfaction when I aggressively and compassionately advocate for them. Claery and Green's clients are very important to me. My approach is to combine my eclectic mix of legal experience with my advanced legal degree to zealously advocate for my clients. It is my desire that each and every client receives the best possible legal representation. My progressive, forward-thinking attitude as well as my experience, dedication and results-driven mentality sets me apart from other attorneys. Thank you my dear clients. I encourage all legal professionals to take a moment and enjoy the fact that we are able to assist others.

Jim Green; JD, LLM, MBA, Attorney at Law.

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