Letter from a Client

Earlier this week we received a letter from a client regarding a case we just finished:

“Neil, Jennifer & Colin,

“Thank you so much for all you have done.  You are all truly selfless and caring people.  I really don’t know how to even show or express my appreciation enough, and I know my family and friends all feel the same way.  Jennifer, my parents enjoyed talking to you so much!  They thought you were as wonderful as I do.  Neil, my parents have said many, many times that they would love to meet you so that they could thank you in person.

“Without a doubt, I would not have survived the last year without all of you on my side.  And I’m willing to bet you weren’t just defending me legally, but to outsiders as well (i.e. “why would you help her?!?”) but you did, and I am eternally grateful.

“I don’t know what the heck is going to happen to me now, but know that I feel that the worst is behind me all because of you.  If there is anything I can do, please do not hesitate to let me know.  And Neil, there are a few things I would like to discuss with you when I’m released.  I have been thinking and writing a lot.  I have experienced a lot.  Do you think it may be worth sharing with anyone or in anyway?  Please, I would appreciate any input, as I have come to respect you so very much on many levels:  not only are you a brilliant attorney, and extremely intelligent, but you are very thoughtful and you have surrounded yourself with people like you.  How lucky you all are.

“Well, that’s all for now, again, THANK YOU!

“PS.  Jennifer, thank you so much for your encouraging words on everything you’ve sent me.  It means more than you can imagine.”


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