For the past four years I have been in a nasty and very difficult divorce. My case has many different aspects, which would make any normal person’s head spin. I had a previous attorney, who was very nice and I liked as a person, but in my opinion was over his head with my case and failed me in court. When my divorce finalized, it was by no means the end of my troubles. Due to additional ongoing shenanigans by my ex-husband, I was not out of the court system and I started representing myself in an effort to save what little money I had left. Eventually, significant events with my ex-husband kept reoccurring to where I needed true legal representation, but there was no way I was going to use my old attorney. I did some pretty extensive research of attorneys around the county and came across some of Cameron’s reviews. Many of the details people gave describing Cameron’s personality and his handling of their cases really resonated with me, and so I decided to give his office a call. Cameron was very friendly and warm the first time I spoke with him. He recognized the difficulties and challenges my case presented, but he didn’t seem fazed and agreed to take me on. Like his website states, no case is too complex nor too basic for his team, and that’s completely accurate.
I won’t get into the details regarding why I filed for divorce, but I will touch on one point that was the crux of my whole case. I’m sharing this in hopes that it helps other people and gives guidance to those who have similar situations as mine. Prior to filing for divorce, my ex-husband was diagnosed by a mental healthcare professional as exhibiting Narcissistic Personality Disorder. At the time I didn’t put too much thought into it. In hindsight I should have put all my effort into learning about narcissism because after filing for divorce, the ramifications have ripped my world apart. If you don’t believe me, just do a simple Google search on divorcing a narcissist and you’ll see what I mean. It was so bad that I had two attorneys tell me on separate occasions this was the worst divorce they had seen. The reason I’m mentioning this is if you suspect your spouse exhibits narcissistic tendencies and you’re contemplating divorce, you absolutely must retain the services of an experienced attorney that has dealt with cases such as mine, recognizes the seriousness of how every detail needs to be handled, and most importantly is not a wallflower in the courtroom. If this sounds like something you may run into if you’re considering divorce, then Cameron is your man! He is very savvy with these kinds of cases, methodical in his strategy, and pretty accurate in his predictions of how the courts will rule based on the evidence presented. He will be upfront and honest with you, but he’s in no way curt or abrasive. Cameron wants to do the best he can for his clients in an efficient and ethical manner, and he delivers. I cannot stress enough how important it is to get a really good attorney prior to entering a divorce you know will be contentious. Then you won’t learn the hard way like I did. Thank you Cameron for everything. You really have been a life saver.