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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Alameda County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Family Law Section||Member||N/A|
|State Bar of California||Member||N/A|
|University of San Francisco||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1976|
|California State University at San Jose||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1973|
|San Jose State Univ||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Posted by anonymous
I hired Kevin for my divorce case. Kevin did not do anything in my case and had no direction whatsoever. He had no suggestions in my case and just told me to swallow it up and accept my case. I changed my attorney and got much better outcome in my case. If you are going through divorce, I would not advise you to hire Kevin. Please keep looking, there are other attorneys out there that can help you better. I’m so glad I realized that at an early stage of my divorce and changed my attorney.
Posted by anonymous
Mr Flynn advised me to accept the worst case outcome for every motion I suggested he make. I understand motions cost money, however, they are worth spending money if they can potentially avoid capital payment by his clients (to the other party). Since he came recommended i deferred to his judgement. After realizing my mistake i moved on to a different lawyer who assured me that all of my suggestions were reasonable and in line with the process of divorce in CA (I had already done my research using the excellent resources provided by the Nolo Press publications). My new representation moved the case forward and forced a settlement in half the time i spent with Mr. Flynn as my counsel.
I'm not sure why Mr. Flynn did not provide me the vigorous representation i was requesting. Perhaps he thought the risk/reward ratio was too high. That is how he advised me anyway. In my opinion he was wrong and i feel my approach has been validated after moving on the other representation. I don't think he's a bad lawyer but in retrospect i think he may be too non-confrontational for the kind of law he's doing. It is possible to fight for your client and be reasonable at the same time. The entire process is a negotiation between two parties. Perhaps he needs to get reacquainted with this concept.
Posted by Dr. W.
Retained Atty. Flynn for divorce and custody cases. Advisement was always right on- even if I didnt always agree initially or like the reality of the case. Advice is always to the point, he offers pros and cons of course of action, shares his invaluable experience with cases and courts to guide decision process, respected by peers and judges, careful to have me invest only when I was certain to get the desired outcome, respectful and reliable. Excellent experience. We highly endorse Atty Flynn.
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