Stevenson Law, diamond in the rough.
I cannot thank you and your stellar team enough for everything you have secured for me -- your incredible ethics, tenacity and brevity in the face of what I had come to consider a permanent, formidable, and morally absolute foe. You have collectively helped me solve the Gordian knot that represents the remainder of my independent life, built upon that which my parents left to me. I cannot possibly put into words the incredible cathartic impact this has had, nor do I feel at this time I have truly begun to understand its depth or potential.
I have, since the day of our mediation, forwarded all necessary communication from myself to the hitchmans through Lori Fortune, or your office -- and will continue to do so. Your extension of your incredibly professional staff and colleagues at no cost is an immeasurable gift.
Especially given Lori's personal recount of coming to be professionally involved with you, I have a yet-newfound appreciation for the type of work, business and decorum you have chosen to surround yourself with -- and clearly strive to achieve at minimum.
It genuinely makes me smile, and I hope you have a moment to reflect upon this. As all of our routines drive us closer to some normal, some more familiar tact and consideration -- please take this moment to remember as I try to in my own life -- just because we do what is right, or just, and perhaps is abnormal to our peers - what you do and what you have done for me is extraordinary, incredible and life changing -- and deserves special consideration, praise, and commendation. So rarely do any of us get the opportunity to change the status quo, much more rarely in the lives of others -- you are truly one that I admire. An altruistic dreamer, a white knight, a triumphant victor among morally delinquent challengers, pedelling the sad and pedantic conformities of the black and white world of haves and have nots. It is so heartwarming that you have done what you've done on principal, it reminds me of how my parents, especially my mom, brought me up. She would always tell me, "Character is what you do when you know no-one else is looking." I hope you will allow me to make this up to you somehow, in some manor of meaningful favor, proverbial "thank you" or other reciprocal gesture. It really is my duty to my own standards, if not theirs, to see you reap a unique and well earned reward within my capability to give you, for what you have so selflessly worked towards for my benefit, because it was right -- not because it came easily.