As a single, first-time mom, I’ve reached out to Rebecca several times for a consultation in how to navigate potential issues with my daughter’s father, who is not a stable person. I’m always worried that I’m talking too much, or rambling on about information that’s not important. But each time, Rebecca has listened intently to my situation, asked helpful probing questions, and offered invaluable guidance. I know that my issues are probably small on the scale of what she’s qualified to handle, but she has never once made me feel insignificant and has made a genuine effort to understand my situation, take notes so she remembers me in the future, and offer me a comprehensive recommendation of articles to read, tasks to start working on, and contacts to get in touch with that could help with other aspects of my parenting journey. Her goal is to help me create a well-rounded support system, which she is apart of, that can help me with multiple facets of my situation with my daughter’s father (legal, mental/emotional, parenting, etc). It can be a scary world when raising a child on your own and trying to figure out how to navigate communication with the other parent. But after talking with Rebecca, I always leave feeling empowered, supported, and understood, with an array of tools and resources I can tap into for help. And the goal is always to take action steps that will avoid as much conflict as possible and stay out of the courts, which I really appreciate. If you’re needing an attorney, make sure to reach out to Rebecca’s office! She is knowledgeable, caring, and will help you navigate your issues, no matter how small or complicated they may be. I would recommend her to anyone, and am extremely grateful for her legal guidance and support.