Dena L. Wilson tells her clients that their case is just like their fingerprints – there are no two alike in the world.
She emphasizes that to make clients understand that the facts of their case, the presiding judge, the mood the judge is in, what attorney is on the other side, etc., all impact a case making each one different than their cousin or neighbor’s case.
“This is done to prevent unrealistic expectations from an outside source that only tells half of the story,” Ms. Wilson said. “Divorce is not easy nor is it quick most times. However, being patient and remaining calm will help guide them through the lengthy process.”
So many people, especially children, are affected by divorce and custody battles that Ms. Wilson wanted to practice family law in order to help those suffering during one of the most difficult times in their lives.
“Being a parent is a special job,” Ms. Wilson said. “I want to help my clients fight for time with their children so they can be the best parent they can be.”