When I was going through my divorce, I was in a new town with a new job with no local family. Like most people walking through divorce, I was overwhelmed and felt like I was being held underwater without drowning. Like many, I had never had the occasion to need a lawyer or legal advice and didn’t know what to ask, what to look for, or what to expect. LeeAnn was instrumental in helping me to know what things were important and needed thought and careful planning. Although she gave me guidance and could coach me, she also made sure I sought counsel from my attorney on legal matters. I had no one to go to court with me on the day of my divorce and was absolutely terrified. So many things flash through your mind while you are waiting your turn to be called before the judge, and LeeAnn was there with me, steady and calm, speaking words of reassurance to me that I wasn’t alone, that I was loved, and that I would get through this. Having her there with me was such a saving grace for me that day. I don’t remember much about that day, but I remember LeeAnn being there.