In Nov 2011, my ex-wife and I were divorced of which we had a baby together. The last 5 years involved petty behaviors, police involvement, an attempt to give up custody on two occasions and ultimately two false allegation claims of abuse. I will focus on the most recent incident of abuse allegations as this is where Attorney Wing assisted me. It began Jan 2015; my son was 5 years old. I had had our son for the holidays and per the parenting schedule was due to bring him home that Sunday evening, ready for bed. My ex-wife demanded that I bring him home early in the day so she could spend time with him and get him ready for bed. I opted to bring him home between 6 and 7. The next day, she withheld him from school but I was not aware of this yet. That Tues, I received a call from DCF saying that allegations of abuse were being made. DCF came to my home that evening. The allegations were so disturbing and outlandish (my ex-wife was accusing myself, my step-son who was 6 and my wife) that even DCF had a hard time believing them. Regardless, I was advised to leave my place of residence as I was not allowed to be near my step-son, who was 6 at the time. All visitation with my son ceased at that time. All of this was followed by a 6 hour interview with police, two restraining order hearings (ex-wife began sending disturbing text messages to myself and my wife & contacting family members to tell them about the alleged abuse), a forensic interview for both my son and step-son and a full DCF investigation. My son made allegations during the forensic interview (I was not present) however it was determined by all present he was coached. My step-son was also subject to the same interview of which it was determined no said abuse ever occurred. At this time, we had another attorney of which we determined that the severity of this case far exceeded her experience and reached out to Attorney Wing. At this time, DCF closed their case but my ex-wife told DCF she would still refuse to let me see our son. In turn, I made arrangements with the school to have lunch with our son once a week. We met with Attorney Wing about a week before having to attend court for a motion filed for the previous attorney for contempt (interfering with parenting time) and to modify custody. From the moment we met with Attorney Wing, he set forth realistic expectations regarding modifying custody. After our first court date with him, April 2015 (I had not seen my son for custody visits in 4 months), the judge ordered custody to resume, changing pick up times to be at the school to alleviate hostile exchanges as well as giving me an additional day during the week. The next day, my ex-wife withheld our son from school so I could not pick him up. Attorney Wing raced to meet me at the courthouse to file an ex-parte motion and while it was denied, this action represents the actions of Attorney Wing throughout the course of this case. He never stopped fighting for my son who experienced so much more than he should have had to endure during the course of this custody battle. Between attending court, communicating with my ex’s attorney and the GAL, filing motions and meeting with my wife and I, Jim Wing never stopped fighting for our family; most importantly my son. Attorney Wing’s familiarity with our case, knowledge of family law as well as his overall experience alleviated many incidents of concern and anxiety over the behavior of my ex-wife. Attorney Wing told us from the beginning that custody changes are incremental and the results of the trial was exactly that-I was awarded 54% custody and her 46% custody with me having final decision making authority (swap in the custody plan), which as a father I feel is a huge change in custody. The complexity of my case leads me to highly recommend Attorney Wing’s due to his handling of this case and overall success. I feel this strongly speaks to his integrity and skill as a family attorney and highly recommend him.