Fighting the Good Fight on Family Matters
What makes a good lawyer?
A good lawyer doesn't give promises and false hopes. She will tell you how long the process is going to take and how much it is going to cost you both financially and emotionally. She will stay with you all the way through. Lastly, she will tell you everything you need to know, be it positive or negative.
That's Anita Savage, a veteran litigator and a collaboratively-trained attorney.
In the end, 99 times out of 100, my clients are just regular people who are doing their best to provide the best they can with what they have. They have good intentions. They want to do the right thing. The problem is that they are brand new to this and litigation is downright scary. They don't know how to navigate the complicated and nonsensical world that is a Family Law Court. That's when I step in to help them.
Anita has been practicing law since 1996 and has helped numerous clients with easy to complicated situations. One of the best things about Anita is the full support that she always gives to each of her clients. She can definitely be a friend who will walk with you even on the darkest side of the road until you see the light at its end.
They are so grateful - they send me pictures of the kids from time to time to show me how well they are doing. In each set of pictures I get, I see three children -- each one smiling and happy and safe -- as every kid should be. I am grateful that I could help them. It's those moments that make the challenge of this job worth it.