What Will Your Goals Be For My Case?
While we believe it is necessary to spend money to obtain value, our goal as your attorney is to spend as little of your marital estate as possible to resolve your issues. We try to settle our cases cooperatively, through mediation or by other means. This does not mean we are not “tough” lawyers. It takes a tough and experienced lawyer to resolve cases without litigation. Of course, when litigation is unavoidable, we are prepared to go to Court and try your case.
Especially in situations in which custody is an issue, we encourage our clients to resolve their issues as amicably as possible. We believe that our clients’ best interests are served when their children’s rights and needs are kept in mind. We do not encourage hostility or prolonged litigation, especially when children are involved. Of course, when litigation is unavoidable, we are prepared to go to Court to try your custody case.
Natalie Parker Bluestein is 2014 President of the Charleston County Bar Association