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|AL||Authorized to practice law||2008||06/01/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Wills and Trusts Scholarship||Regions/Morgan Keegan||2008|
|Honors Fraternity||Sigma Delta Kappa||2002|
|Attorney||The Law Office of Brad J. Latta||2008 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Alabama State Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Alabama State Bar, Family Law Section||N/A||2008 - Present|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Birmingham School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2008|
|The University of Alabama||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2002|
Posted by Gary
We are Great Grandparents with custody of an 8 yr. old in which the other parties kept nitpicking the court enough to have the Judge keep us coming back for reviews over and over when not necessary. I had two major goals after hiring Brad for this last court appearance and one was to have this case closed out of the court, and the other goal was to present a modified child visitation schedule. I got number one goal, but not two. Brad says we will let things calm down a bit and try to work out something between Lawyers and stay out of court. Sounds good to me. A Further note into this review is the excellent work that Kristen (Paralegal) did on this case, I shoved a lot of info and paperwork at her in a short period of time and she handled it all with a high level of professionalism and was very helpful to us and made us feel comfortable switching to Brad.
Posted by anonymous
My divorce case was complicated by my former spouse filing an ex parte order alleging (falsely) that I was a danger to her and my kids because I'm under psychiatric care. I interviewed two other lawyers, one who seemed ready to concede before even starting and another who wanted to jump straight to blood and guts warfare. Brad struck the right balance between being willing and able to negotiate a favorable settlement and being willing to fight for me if my spouse refused to budge (which is what ultimately happened).
Brad did a very good job explaining what I should expect in my deposition and on the stand. But what was most valuable to me is the way he kept his patience throughout the year-long process, which was filled with lots of delays and unpredictable actions (or inaction) from the court. I consciously tried not to be "that client" who pestered him all the time, but as the months went by and I became more antsy, he stayed level-headed and helped calm me without ever coming off as frustrated or condescending.
After numerous delays, the case ultimately went to trial and the judge finally ruled almost three months later. I had my full parental rights restored and standard visitation thanks to his skill and willingness to see things through.
Posted by Buck
I felt the process fit my needs. My main concerns were speed, cost and amount of interaction since I work away from the area most the time. The paperwork was minimal and it was well organized. I was given clear expectations and advice to help get me to my goals. I felt that we were able to get the results I most wanted.
I have worked with lawyers in the past that asked me to do things I was uncomfortable with all in the name of winning and was pleased to find that I was not asked to do these things. My case was built with my expectations and interest in mind. This was more than I expected when I began searching for legal advice.
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