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I hired Jennifer in April, 2014, for a hearing in May, 2014. However, she went on maternity leave, and the case was passed to another attorney. Upon return, the case had fallen apart and the other attorney put in a motion to withdraw. She didn’t object to the motion, but agreed. Because she was still my attorney until the motion was done, I clearly stated that I was requesting that a disposition of stay to be put in affect, to prevent my spouse from spending his pension money. She advised she couldn’t because his pension money was his, and I had terminated my rights when we became legally separated, although that was not noted in legal separation order. I was requesting pension from the time “DURING THE MARRIAGE and wanted a “disposition of stay” for that portion. Since temporary alimony has run out and the case is still going on, I asked for another request for temporary alimony to be done. She stated that she couldn’t, because she is withdrawing from the case, and it is not enough time. before the motion to withdraw hearing.My issue is unwillingto fully represent you. It will help by thoroughly understanding the needs of your client, and the laws that protect those needs.
I would steer clear of this attorney if you are needing competent legal assistance. Don’t get me wrong, she’ll do the work, but that’s as far as it went in my particular case. Work was done but every time something needed to be finalized she would file a motion to withdraw her services based on false accusations leaving my family and myself in a frantic state of not knowing what she was doing and if we even had an attorney. Would never return my calls/emails to clarify. Not a situation you want to be in when fighting for custody.
I trusted her firm’s Internet adds about qualifications and results. When we went to Court she just didn’t perform. I was embarrassed for her. Needless to say, we lost custody.