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Local attorney commended for work

Dear Editor,

When someone says the word "attorney," most people cringe, as they associate this word with wayward morality, greed, or other negative attributes. Most likely that they have experienced these things personally or have heard accounts of them from close friends or relatives. Unfortunately, there are some attorneys who exist that fit the above description. I absolutely did not find this to be the case with my recent experience, and I'd like to share it with you.

I had the pleasure of being represented by Albert (Buddy, as most of you know him) Dallas in a recent custody proceeding. Upon first meeting Mr. Dallas, I found him to be an immensely pleasant man, even offering me a soft drink before our conversation began.

Throughout the process, I felt as though I were in the presence of someone who truly cared about the outcome of my case, rather than someone who was being paid to represent me in front of a judge. I felt like he truly cared about the people involved, and that he was not simply "fact finding." His empathy was evident.

In every session that occurred, I found Mr. Dallas to be nothing less than honest and forthcoming to all parties about every step of the process as it occurred. He was firm when necessary, but fair to every part involved.

Mr. Dallas is an extremely skilled attorney, and I am proud to have been represented by him. He game me a sense of confidence that allowed me to proceed, knowing that regardless of the outcome, I had been provided with the best representation available to me. I would highly recommend Mr. Dallas or any of the skilled attorneys at Dallas Law Firm to any person in need of legal representation.

Chidale M. Reece

Web posted on Thursday, August 31, 2006

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