Posted by Suzanne
After coming to the decision to file for divorce, I didn't realize how important it would be to choose the right attorney. After interviewing 5 different attorneys who came highly recommended to me, I chose Daniel Findling, and I am forever grateful that I did. After sitting down with him for my consultation, I felt empowered. He went through the entire divorce process with me, answered all of my questions and gave me really good advice. When I left his office, I felt a sense of relief because I knew I had someone on my side that would fight for me if I needed him to, but who would be civil if I asked him to. Daniel made the process so much easier and his staff was so helpful and supportive.
I would highly recommend Daniel to anyone that I know who is going through a divorce. The other attorneys I met with didn't spend half the time with me that Daniel did and certainly didn't explain the process to me at all.
Posted by anonymous
I never went through a divorce before, but i knew some people that had and asked them what to expect and what to do. They said get a lawyer, but a good lawyer. so i did some research and met with a bunch of attorneys in my area that provided a free up front meeting (i also called some firms that charged a few hundred bucks to sit down for a few minutes!). I have to say the first time I interviewed with Daniel it was different than what i had been through at that point. he gave me numerous options, and one included me doing nothing, walking out, and him losing my business. i could tell that i wasn't being hustled like i felt at other places. he also took me around the office and introduced me to his staff which made me feel important. i interviewed a couple of other attorneys after that, but felt Daniel would be best for me. i'm glad i hired him. although it wasnt easy emotionally, i felt protected and felt like i was always important and a priority. i was happy with my results and would recommend Daniel to any of my best friends. this is a far cry from some of the horror stories my friends told me about their divorces.