Midvale divorce attorney Zacchary Sayer grew up with foster brothers as his mother managed a foster care program. Both his mother and father embraced his foster siblings as their own and he learned some valuable lessons from that which have stuck with him.
“I learned the fulfillment and joy that comes from walking hand-in-hand with people in crisis,” Mr. Sayer said. “People navigating the trenches of family law disputes confront issues at the core of human life. Aside from the death of a loved one, there is likely no challenge as difficult as divorce. As difficult as it can be, I find fulfillment helping in this area.”
Mr. Sayer is naturally empathetic. Having the ability to understand a client’s perspective, and that of the opposing party, is a gamechanger for a family law attorney.
“You cannot understand another’s perspective unless you can understand his or her suffering, fears, and goals,” he said.
More than anything, Mr. Sayer realizes divorce should not be about winning or revenge, but about identifying what is best for his client’s children, his client, and his client’s future.
“There is a light at the end of the tunnel, but you will not find it if you cling to anger and resentment,” he said.