Jonathan is quite simply amazing he knew my case inside and out and was very helpful with me via email text or phone conversations. He also helped me with other issues after my case settled helping me with finding sources and filling papers
Lost & completely devastated. That is exactly how I felt when I decided to file for a divorce in 2009. There are so many horror stories concerning divorce cases and unfortunately mine was no exception. My ex-husband made the process unnecessarily complicated and emotionally exhausting. I was extremely lucky to have had Kimberly April as my attorney. She has extensive legal knowledge of family law matters and has the ability to represent you in a manner that is clear and precise. Additionally, she comforted me through all my tears, listened to all of my concerns and never made me feel as though I was a burden or talking up too much of her time. In my opinion, when you lose someone that you were supposed to be with for the rest of your life, it can feel like you lost part of your soul. The hideous acts of betrayal and using our children as pawns almost destroyed me emotionally. I could not believe the devious stunts my ex-husband presented in our case. It was difficult at the time, but I sincerely appreciated Kimberly’s constant integrity and refusal to stoop to his level. She always reminded me that I should keep my children’s best interest in mind, not to retaliate out of spite and to remain the adult in the situation. Ten years later, my children are happy and have a healthy relationship with BOTH their parents. We have 50/50 custody and continue to put our children’s needs first (despite our differences). I would highly recommend Kimberly April to represent you no matter your gender. She is more than just an attorney, she is a kind and compassionate person who truly cares for her clients and their families.
When I needed a divorce attorney I really didn’t know where to begin. I was in an emotionally abusive marriage with a highly toxic individual whom I was absolutely afraid of. I was scared and anxious of asking for anything through the court system regardless if I knew deep down that I deserved fairness. I consulted with my family attorney, who turned out to be quite judgmental, in my hometown who cemented the fact that even if I was deserved fairness, I likely wouldn’t get it. Kimberly was such a warm welcome to my life at the right time. It may seem small but divorcing a woman just after the law passed of same-sex marriages brought me a great deal of anxiety that Kimberly, with her lack of discrimination and open mindedness calmed immediately upon meeting her. She listened to my story and when I defaulted into my groomed behavior of lacking assertiveness, apologizing frequently and putting my abuser’s needs
ahead of my own she calmly reminded me that while the courts are not perfect, they have the boundaries that I needed. She was knowledgeable about the type of personality I was dealing with and this was one of the greatest reliefs. I never felt like I had to defend myself or share excessively of my suffering to feel heard and understood. I never felt that I had to explain the emotional violence, manipulation and toll that my relationship caused. Kimberly helped me understand what legally appropriate boundaries to have with my abuser as I didn’t know if I should talk to her or not. She helped me not only with the legal-ease and paperwork, but also, in the end, separating my self-worth from the story that I had been told about myself for so long. Even though I knew that each correspondence with her would be itemized; her guidance, gentle affirmations, legal-ease explanations and detailed responses were priceless. She helped me make my own decisions on what I truly wanted that several years later, I have absolutely no regrets about. To this day, I still can’t thank Kimberly enough for all that she did for me. While I am sure that my case was just another day in the life for her, she created an environment that anything but that for me.
Mr. Moffitt seems to have the wisdom of someone that has been in the field decades. There is no doubt in my mind that he is someone to keep an eye on. He is a force. His name will be known. He projects his voice in a clean but stern manner getting his point across clearly. He seems to truly care about his clients while still knowing how to be honest and play devils advocate. He has made sure that I have truly come to my conclusions before proceeding on many occasions. Though he has questioned me, I have never felt attacked or belittled. I always feel like he is just wanting a better understanding and to make sure I am not just running on emotions. He keeps me grounded. He comes to court more prepared then I would ever expect. If not for Mr. Moffitt I have no idea where I would be after 2018 literally being the most chaotic year of my life thus far. I can not imagine any reason why anyone would give Mr. Moffitt anything short of a 5 star rating. 10.0 out of 10. I am honored to know him. ( and no there is no relation)
It seems like a common theme for an upset spouse to file a fictitious DVPO to gain leverage prior to filing for divorce and my situation was no different. Mr Rundle provided crucial guidance and realistic feedback every step of the way, making sure I understood the deck was stacked against me but we would work together for the best defense possible. So many people find themselves in this situation and for me this was unexpected and terrifying given the lasting effects these claims have. For anyone who finds themselves in this situation, there is hope for the truth to be exposed and you can’t find a better attorney than Kevin Rundle. I cannot speak highly enough of Kevin’s ability to navigate this difficult situation and get a favorable solution. I believe the worst thing you can do is attempt to fight this on your own as the court’s default answer seems to be taking the petitioner’s side. Kevin will fight for a fair outcome and in my case he was able to get the DVPO dismissed. I cannot recommend him enough.
Posted by Justin | January 29, 2021
We highly recommend Natalie Roberts. She took our case after another attorney from another firm failed to represent us to our satisfaction. We worked with Natalie for almost two years before our custody trial. She always communicated clearly and directly, and was very knowledgeable. At trial, she was aggressive, but respectful. Her opening and closing arguments were touching and profound. She was instrumental in bringing our family back together, and for that we are grateful – Robert & Sallye Lindsay