Midvale divorce attorney Randy L. Robinson appreciates that family law allows her to interact with people on a personal level while being able to gain experience in many diverse areas of law. To be an effective lawyer, one must know about bankruptcy law, business law, tax law, and many other areas to be prepared for any contingency that may arise in a client’s matter.
“Family law is constantly challenging and rewarding,” Ms. Robinson said.
Ms. Robinson can empathize with a client’s fears and uncertainties that result from being cast adrift in the miasma of divorce litigation where they often feel so many emotions.
“I have the ability to put most of their fears to rest by acquainting them with what they may experience during the legal and emotional process of divorce litigation, which helps to empower them,” she said.
Ms. Robinson always harps on the importance of preparation in family law. Courts want facts and documents. Therefore, the best way she can give clients excellent representation is to have facts and documentation to convince the court that what she is proposing should be granted based upon how she has shown that she has better facts to support the case.
“This is best accomplished through teamwork and that the client is one of the most integral parts of the team,” she said.