I love being a lawyer. Each day I am grateful for the opportunity to use my education, training and experience to help my clients through some of the most difficult times that they experience in life. While attending the George Mason University School of Law, I worked as a manager for PriceCostco (now Costco) Wholesale Club. As a full time law student and employee, I developed strong time-management skills. I was able to meet the demands of my studies without compromising the needs of my employer. I continued to advance within the company and was placed in charge of employee training and development. After law school, I applied the skills I learned at Costco to my role as a lawyer. I was able to balance the need for knowledge, deadlines and productivity to deliver to my clients a great legal product - be it counselling or litigation. My clients expect me to and I do apply that same tenacity and strong work ethic to how I practice law. My clients consistently rate the legal counselling and representation they receive as a rewarding one and are satisfied that they chose Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC to be part of their team. I treat my client's interests and well-being as my paramount concern. I insist on my clients taking an active role in their cases. My approach is to be direct and no nonsense. Thus, we are able to develop an honest and trusting relationship that makes us a stronger team.
I am not interested in processing a case and having a client return repeatedly for the continuing bad decisions that returns them to the legal system. My parallel goal is to have my clients identify what occured to bring them to the point that they became involved with the legal process. This way, our solutions are not temporary but life enhancing. I have been blessed to work with individuals who were able to dig themselves out of the proverbial ditch and rise again - become strong and successful. Most of the times, my involvement may be but a single page in my client's life. Thus in addition to the court room success, if I am able to positively influence my clients in their other areas of life and provide a calming or supportive role, then my efforts were a success and I am doubly rewarded.