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Atticus Legal Group LLC
About this pro
5 years in business
9 hires on Thumbtack
Love herApr 18, 2017Verified
I can not say anything but good things about Mckail. She was so amazing through the entire process of my divorce. Took care of all my needs and was very detailed oriented. Great personality and easy going but when it comes to dealing with other lawyers she doesn't play around. Thanks Mckail for being awesome!Mar 3, 2014Mckail H.'s reply
Thank you Amy! I have enjoyed working with you.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I primarily practice in divorce and child custody actions. When possible, I prefer to start my client's action (rather than mitigating the damage the "cheapest" attorneys will cause) with his/her Complaint for Divorce. I do far too many petitions to modify (again, mitigating damage), and have taken on a few grandparent's visitation action cases. I do not believe in representing a client for "policy" reasons (father's rights, mother's rights, grandparent's rights, etc.), and each case is handled on an individual basis.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?When possible, meet with your potential attorney in person. Describe your case, and ask your attorney questions. While attorneys do not survive by giving "free advice," you should know if your attorney knows her profession by asking them questions about your case and finding out if they have encountered similar situations. I have seen too many attorneys fail their clients because they did not have the knowledge or understanding necessary to represent their clients (when they are opposing attorneys, it's great for my client).