You face a special set of challenges when the opposing party in your case is a member of your own family. What you need is a solution to these challenges. Mandy can help resolve a number of different kinds of Family Law cases including divorce, child custody, visitation, and child support.
When your freedom is on the line, you need the help of a criminal defense attorney to fight for your best interests. Mandy Kimmons is qualified for this task due to her experience as a former prosecutor. She knows the ins and outs of the justice system and how to get you a fair resolution to your case.
Hi, I’m Mandy Kimmons
It is my goal to give each case the attention to detail it needs. I will not take on new cases at the expense of existing clients. The reality is there are only so many hours in a week. If I take on hundreds cases, I have less time to spend on each case than if that take on 25.
If you want an attorney that will give you the attention you deserve, that can speak to you without a lot of legal jargon, that’s down-to-earth, and enjoys helping people, then click here to contact me.
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Here’s what it’s like working with me:
I don’t take on on too many cases. By limiting the number of cases, I’m able to give your case the attention it deserves.
I’m easily reached. I do my best to return phone calls the same business day. Regardless, you will hear back from me.
I use plain language. Legal terms are for lawyers. It’s my responsibility to use language people understand.
My intentions are genuine, my approach is down-to-earth.
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