Molly Barton was given my case, when my attorney at the firm decided to no longer handle my case, with no explanation. My case was essentially a step child case, and had I had the money, I suppose that I should have moved on to an attorney who was motivated to help me. In any event, I felt Ms. Barton was indifferent and detached regarding my case. I often received emails stating that she was away from the office. Despite the fact that there were "women's" issues, and "age" issues in my case, I felt that as a woman attorney representing another woman, that she discounted my "women's" issues. When the case was finalized, she actually stated that I could contact the court, that she did not know how the court handled the wording in "such and such;' issues. Of course, she knew. She was just finished communicating with me. I was not protected. At many turns in the road, she made me decide what I wanted to do, rather than actually offer me counsel. I was not the counselor. She was. She did not attempt to protect my interests.