Anonymous review posted on
Many years ago, when I was a young mom, I needed to get a divorce. I went to Ms. Kellaher because she was a woman and I thought she would be easy to talk to and sensitive to my situation; I was uneducated, naive, shy and needed someone to guide me as I had been married since my teens and had no idea what my rights were.
Because I was only working part-time, I needed my estranged husband to provide me with health insurance. When I told Ms. Kellaher that I wasn't going to have health insurance after my divorce she simply replied, "Get an HMO." How was I supposed to pay for it? I was poor and uneducated!
I needed an aggressive, shrewd attorney and Sandra Kellaher acted like a para-legal. And she wasn't easy to talk to; she appeared spacey, as if her mind was someplace else. I never went back to her after that day.
She may be more attentive now, but back then, she seemed like a real ditz. I hate to trash anyone. But I don't want someone who needs a "fighter" to waste their time and money on Sandra Kellaher.