Two thumbs up to Ms. Fritz!
Unfortunately, I had on/ off 10 year custody battle that ended in 2013 with me getting 100% custody of my kids and a zero contact order against my ex-wife; it was that bad.... Luckily, I was referred to Ms. Fritz in 2003 and retained her throughout my crazy ordeal with the courts, 730, forensic evals, etc.. 10 years is a long time to get to know someone and throughout my court ordeal, Ms. Fritz always maintained her professional conduct and mannerisms by keeping me timely informed of relevant information on the custody battle roller coaster. Ms. Fritz also had multiple exposures to my kids and she was very empathetic to their very difficult situation, parental alienation by their mother, etc. and the kids, like me, had a good relationship with Ms. Fritz for the duration. When I needed to speak with Ms. Fritz, I could usually reach her and if I left a message, she would usually return my call within 1 day or less (weekends included). A custody battle is a very emotionally challenging ordeal and I couldn't see surviving it without the help of Ms. Fritz and accomplishing what we set out to do: protect the children, give them a sound and stable upbringing but not go after the zero contact (that was the Judge's doing). Throughout the crazy 10 years I spent in Family Court with unexpected court decisions (both bad and good), I've seen, heard and experienced many horror stories at the hands "lawyers" who represent the "best interests of the children" when in turn, they apply unethical conduct, are two faced, verbally insulting and in the end, are only after our monies for their own personal (financial) gain. Throughout my 10 year professional relationship with Ms. Fritz, I can whole heartedly say that if I had to do this again, she would be the first person I call to represent my (and my kids) cause and I would also recommend her to anyone in need of a divorce and / or child custody attorney. Court is a very unpleasant place to be but I was glad I had Ms. Fritz in my corner. Best of luck and try to avoid Court altogether; it's far easier on everyone.