Nathan is a very competent and hard working attorney. My case was, as he labeled it, "death by a million papercuts". What is meant by this is that it wasn't a clear cut, slam dunk case with huge, glaring issues such as drug use, criminal activity or domestic abuse. It was a case with a million tiny issues that made up a larger coparenting issue which made joint custody toxic for the children and both parents, warranting a modification in custody.
I imagine such a case is much more challenging for an attorney strategically. I certainly made personal mistakes along the way that likely complicated things for him, but he remained patient.
I know I wasn't an easy client to deal with but Nathan was a calm presence, always patient and stayed the course.
Nathan can take time to build a case, through involving third parties such as custody evaluators, therapists, forensic psychologists... etc.
I would not expect any custody modification situation to be quick and easy, especially cases like mine where there is nothing slam dunk about it.
I met a lady from my kids school who grew impatient with the length of time it was taking to build her case against her ex husband, left Nathan, retained another attorney, who worked faster to get her to trial, but she actually experienced set backs that were detrimental to her case. She expressed multiple times to me that one of her biggest regrets in life was not being patient with Nathan and substituting counsel.
For this reason, I am proud of Nathan. He is thorough and thinks and plans ahead, even if it does take a little longer.
I did win my case with Nathan's help. Modifying a joint custody parenting plan is extremely difficult. I don't want to give anyone false hope but I can say that you are in competent hands with Nathan on your team.
I would recommend Nathan to anyone but my ex husband.