In the years following adoption of the United States Constitution, a series of amendments were ratified aimed at preserving the individual liberties of every citizen. Americans were concerned that their newly formed federal government may one day turn to the repressive methods that had led to the revolt against England. The so called "Bill of Rights" limited the authority of Congress to interfere with our thoughts and many of our actions.
In today's world people still need the security of guaranteed rights. This is particularly true when confronting important questions affecting our business or personal lives; problems commonly handled by attorneys. Yet a large portion of the public feels frustration with law firms hired to help them. There is a sense that lawyers are self-consumed and more concerned with making money than with the well-being of their clients. This image is a far cry from the traditional idea of attorneys as educated professionals committed to achieving social justice.
Attorneys and paralegals working for this office intend to do what they can to change the widespread dissatisfaction with the legal profession. It is our goal to provide timely, affordable legal services in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. To that end, we are committed to the Client's Bill of Rights which belong to every person who retains our services.