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All unemployment appeals are done on a fixed fee basis, but fees vary depending on whether you are seeking representation at the appeals tribunal, or in the courts. Please contact my office for more details.
Unemployment appeals are done on a fixed fee basis only.
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
By practicing in the areas I'm most passionate about. It's that simple, though my cases are quite complex.
I believe in knowing how to view a case from all angles. I was an unemployment law judge before I began representing claimants at unemployment appeals. Now, when a client consults with me about an unemployment appeal, I approach the consultation like a hearing officer approaches an unemployment hearing. At the end of the consultation, I make my "ruling." Then, I tell a client what their probability of success on appeal will be, and how to best position themselves for the outcome they desire.
The same holds true for my family law cases. I trained and served as a guardian ad litem before I represented clients in child custody disputes. Knowing what factors are most important to the courts, and making recommendations as to what parent is best suited for custody enables me to effectively counsel clients involved in custody disputes as to how to achieve the best possible outcome for their individual situation.
That I am both accessible and responsive to my clients. When you call my office, you deal with me directly (as opposed to support staff) 95% of the time.
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