Rebekah has been working with me for the last 2 years through an extremely contentious divorce and custody battle. She is always very professional and well prepared for court. She has been successful in making my points heard and I am very happy with the outcome. I highly recommend Rebekah Frye to my family and friends.
When I was looking for an attorney, Rebekah Frye's name came up repeatedly as knowledgeable, highly respected by judges and her peer's in the community, and very successful in winning cases for her clients. As my attorney, I found her to be a fierce and ethical litigator. I have followed her recommendations and I am extremely satisfied with the outcome of my case. She is passionate about what she does and takes a personal interest in her clients. Rebekah has done a phenomenal job and I recommend her to my friends and anyone looking for a family law attorney.
I retained Rebekah Frye after interviewing two other experienced and respected family law firms in Palo Alto and San Jose. She was the only attorney who was confident (without guaranteeing it) that she could obtain a protective order for my child and me at the start of my divorce proceedings. She backed up her assessment with the most current legal precedent and a knowledge of trends in this area, and she was right. Custody is her passion and I don't believe that anyone else could have achieved the result that she obtained for me and my child at that crucial stage. Over the course of the proceedings, which my ex and his attorneys delayed, Rebekah was caring and patient with me, but highly focused and aggressive in court. She never overpromised what she could do, and she set my expectations about what outcomes were likely and unlikely before every hearing and trial. And she did not drive up legal fees by having paper wars with the other side, or by allowing them to engage her in tactical games. She is practical, smart, and fearless in court.
Divorce proceedings are horrible, and attorneys in this emotionally wrought area are not miracle workers, especially if you hired another attorney first, and the new attorney is tasked with trying to fix something the previous attorney did. So I recommend not depending solely on website reviews, because you don't know the full story. Get recommendations from divorced people you know personally, some of whom may be in online divorce support groups where attorney recommendations are shared. Then interview the attorneys. Ask the same tough questions to all and compare the responses. Also make sure you feel comfortable with the attorney as it's your finances and children at issue and along with health, those are the most important issues in your life. A good fit for one person may not work for someone else. I did careful vetting and found the right attorney for me.