My simple motion for weekend parenting time dragged on for almost 4 years. I had 1 attorney who quit after I questioned whether he would still charge me when he had been proven wrong, and 1 who phoned it in during covid. I was prepared to represent myself, since it was clear I couldn't pay anyone to care as much as I did about my kids, but my sister persuaded me that I needed representation, so I gave it one more shot and hired Robin. Robin distilled every issue I had down to the arguable legal facts, and was upfront with me about whatever wouldn't hold up in court. She picked up her phone every time I called. We had many arguments about what I wanted versus what she thought I could get, but these debates only strengthened her arguments to opposing counsel. I was very appreciative that she not only listened, but heard me. Even when she did not agree with me, she was prepared to argue my case. Ultimately the outcome we had was a pretty close match to what I asked for. I am an exacting and thorough client, and I will be the first to tell you I am not an easy person to work for. Robin rolled with the punches, which I think is probably her greatest strength, is to hit the ground running, prepared to face whatever the situation is that day. She ended this long legal nightmare for me. I told her I needed a "closer," and she came through for me. The legal process is long and arduous, and she is not a magician, but if you can brace for the long haul and don't expect miracles, she will get the job done. The third time was the charm for me. My experience with having had several attorneys, and ultimately recommending only this one, hopefully speaks for itself.