Posted by Brice Stanley
I wrote an earlier review, in 2015, shortly after retaining Mr Armstrong. He represented me in a move away/custody case and was incredibly skilled both in and ouside of the courtroom. Unfortunately, this custody issue has spanned 8 years and is widely regarded as an increibly contentius divorce. Sean was by far the best attorney I've ever had. He never looked to escalate fear, resentment between attorneys or clients and always approaced things reasonable. He also focused decisions and our conversations on the best interest of our child. I respected that. That said, one of his former firm partners, Tammy D. assumed my case, once Sean was appointed to the Bench. She, too, is fantastic. This group is really quite good at what they do. I highly recommend them. Bts
Posted by Peter
I had Sean as my attorney for a very messy divorce. He is a top notch attorney, and of the few elite attorneys in town one of the very best. He is competent, and his ability negotiate with difficult opposing counsel and ex-spouses and judges is excellent. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone. If he were to take your case, you are in good hands because his understanding of the law and his practical advice on resolving conflict is money well spent.
Posted by Jerry
I had some very specific goals to accomplish in my divorce case. Sean listened to what those goals were, and represented me with my goals in mind, not his. We were able to work the case through to my satisfaction. He kept everything on task and professional, while taking the time to explain to me in detail everything I had questions on. I would highly recommend Sean.
Anonymous review posted on
Divorcing is a terrible experience and I don’t believe anyone wants to go through it when they get married. However, after 10 years of marriage I was faced with this difficult choice and I had to do what was best for myself and my children. Sean Armstrong helped me by breaking down many highly charged emotional situations to a logical solution before I had to address them with a person that can be illogical and difficult. He was able to assist me in how best to handle all aspects of the process in order to support my children in the most peaceful way throughout the experience. I utilized his services again to address a parenting matter with my ex-partner recently and once again Sean Armstrong treated me with the utmost respect. He listened to me and seemed to care about what I had to say. He was able to analyze all of my input and help me to negotiate a new plan to best support my children. I trust Sean Armstrong, he gives lawyers a good reputation and if I ever need an attorney again he is my first call.
Anonymous review posted on
Sean handled my case a few years ago and did an excellent job. He and his staff kept me informed of every move and they were always there to answer my questions, even after hours to reassure me that everything was going fine. Its been a few years now, and he still keeps in touch to make sure we are doing well. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing an attorney they can trust with their family.
Posted by Lisa
I've worked with Sean a couple of times, and he was recommended to me by our long-time financial advisor who spoke very highly of him. Although my divorce occurred nearly 12 years ago, I went to Sean twice for help -- once for revising the previous parenting time with my ex-husband and once for helping me plan ahead for child support once my daughter turns 18 and goes to college. Both experiences with Sean were exemplary. He's extremely responsive to questions, his staff is professional and courteous, and he doesn't talk "lawyer speak." Sean is conversational, to the point and easy to understand. He truly wants to help his clients, especially when children are involved. He is not theatrical, bombastic and antagonistic as some attorneys are -- which only escalates an already emotional situation. Instead, Sean is calm, attentive and reassuring. Although my relationship with my ex-husband is good, I feel 100 percent certain Sean would be a great asset in a contentious divorce situation. He would help keep tensions calm and work to get things resolved effectively and as quickly as possible. I feel very fortunate to have found him.
Posted by David
Divorce is a painful and discouraging experience— I would not wish it on my worst enemy. Having a lawyer and a staff of friendly and informed assistants is the greatest asset anyone could ask for. From the first day that I meet Sean He was able to encourage me and give me the help and direction I needed. I was well informed throughout the procedure and his counsel was always sound and in my best interests as a client.
I am so grateful to the team in Sean's office. I would recommend their services to anyone going through this procedure. Having a group of professionals that are knowledgeable, loyal and faithful to stand by you in your time of need cannot be valued in dollars. If you are looking for people who knows the law, and are dedicated to their clients— Sean's office should be your first call.
Posted by BTS
I'm a new and current client of Mr. Armstrong. I'll keep this brief but to the point- I also want to write a review prior to any outcome. My reason for retaining Sean was to contest my former spouse's plans to move out of state with our daughter. We're very close and I feel it would be devastating for us both. That said, I had consulted six other attorneys (all well-respected) prior to seeing Sean. What I can tell you is that he is professional, to the point, communicates regularly and his assistant is on the ball. Thus far, my experience with their office has been top notch.
Posted by Loir
Sean is a very professional and personable attorney and now, friend.
My husband was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of early onset dementia, As his disease progressed, he became more and more aggressive with our two teenage sons. It became necessary to ask my husband to leave our home for the safety of our children. He refused to leave and I received no support from his family. Finally the day came when the police became involved and I moved my children out of the home. Everything fell apart from there. Long story short he finally left and moved out of state to live with his mother. After the move, there was no more communication. Months went by and we heard nothing from my husband and his family refused to speak to us. Hence, I filed for divorce. There was nothing more I could do.... This was an unprecedented divorce case. How do you divorce your demented husband? You don't. You divorce his family members who now have power of attorney and think you are the worst person on earth for abandoning your demented husband...
Sean took this case by the horns and followed through on every unpioneered move .An out of state divorce requires extra measures, But divorcing someone who doesn't even know who you are anymore takes a lot more. Sean knew them all. In the end, I got to keep my retirement and most of my assets. My children are mine to raise and I also got to keep our home to raise them in. I can't thank Sean enough for all that he has done to keep my family together and thriving.
Posted by Tina
Sean helped us negotiate and re-file an updated parenting plan for our teenage daughter who's father is out of state. He was well organized, he communicated clearly with us and was effective in negotiation. Sean definitely had our daughters best interest in mind and listened to our needs and wants. Would refer him to anyone and retain him again!