Madison divorce attorney Elisabeth Fletcher began practicing family law when the family law attorney at her first firm left. She took over some of those cases and quickly discovered she enjoyed the work because it gave her the chance to truly make a difference in people’s lives.
Ms. Fletcher is a logical and facts-oriented person, which is especially helpful in family law as divorce is often an emotional time. The important details are sometimes lost in the moment if you do not have an advocate that is paying attention to the facts that will help win your case.
“I also have a child,” Ms. Fletcher said, “so I understand how very important these cases are to my clients and I can empathize with how they’re feeling about everything that is happening at the time.”
Ms. Fletcher is the type of attorney that wants her client to be happy, and she is willing to work very hard to achieve their desired outcome.
“Often that is done through negotiation,” she said, “and I find that results are achieved in negotiation by being kind and professional. The same is true in the courtroom.”