Sit down with Gary Newland and you begin to feel at ease. Here, in front of you, is a professional—a man known to a lot of people as a friend—who has a thriving Law Practice in the hub of Chicago’s NW suburbs, Arlington Heights. From his pictures, it looks like he has a thriving family as well.
Sure you need timely and accurate legal advice, and you have made some mistakes along the way, but at no time are you judged. If anything with Gary, he tells you--and you truly feel—that you are not alone in your situation. In itself, that is comforting. But again, the lecture just doesn’t come.
Hackneyed legal phrases and solutions swirling on the web and plucked off-the-cuff from every legal wannabe you would give ear to gently fade away at the onset of Gary’s questions: “What is in your family’s best interests,” and “what actions will allow you and your wife to sleep well every night?”
This type of line of questioning continues.
Adherence to the Law becomes your new tenet as you listen to Gary; even if you were a prudent person previously, your good character and sound practices are strengthened. Gary brings his new brand of Law, a “holistic legal approach,” right to you, meshing many facets of your life into a legal ‘road map’ you will construct with him.
Funny, but after feeling the ‘punch to the budget’ by corporate attorneys in my professional life, I had no sense of the consultation’s time or any meeting’s time, for that matter—you are on Gary’s Team and he will see you through this difficulty.
And so it was during my encounters with Gary. I solved my immediate legal problems as quickly as was possible and set up a path with a new network of people in place to ensure that dealings would be handled correctly going forward.
I believe Gary’s firm handles a wide variety of legal work. My guess after many office visits and many hours speaking with Gary is that his “holistic” approach carries through to his entire staff across all legal arenas. I would highly recommend him for all Law matters—although I am told he excels in Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Food Poisoning, Foreclosure Ddefense, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law as well.
8-8, 7 days a week: That might be the answer to the question, “what are his office hours?” He is a hard-working man: Very impressive. Quite often I would receive a response to a quick e-mail; Gary and his staff are always looking to put your mind at ease when they can.
The costs involved now appear to be miniscule compared to the return I received—and the sleep I gained: My wife too.
I highly recommend Gary. Hope your experience is equal to mine.