In my opinion, the legal field has lost one of its most valuable terms to describe those who practice in it: Counselor. While most in the practice of law go by attorney or lawyer, I will always prefer to go by Counselor. This preference has nothing to do with a legal status or a desire to buck the norm, rather, this preference has everything to do with what I believe the practice of law really is. In my eyes, the practice of law has been, and always will be, more than just rules, statutes, and cases. I see the practice of law as an opportunity to counsel my clients through their time of need; an opportunity to utilize my knowledge and experience, in conjunction with the skills I learned in law school, to better the life of someone else.
Clients are the backbone of the practice of law. Small businesses are seeking counsel from someone who understands the language, procedures, and pomp and circumstance of legal jargon and the laws of the land. This firm believes that a business should be able to find legal counsel who not only will walk the owners through their legal concerns, but will also take interest in the future success of their business in the years to come. This firm believes that a business should be able to find legal counsel with whom they can share their struggles and find all around counsel as to their specific legal concerns and any others which may be directly or indirectly related. This firm believes that a person or business should be able to find legal counsel with whom they can share all of their issues in a friendly and comfortable environment. This firm believes in providing this type of legal counsel, because this firm is made up of Counselors. Counselors who entered the legal field for one reason only: to help those in need.