“Sherrie brings a very reasoned and practical approach to resolving legal issues”, reports Managing Attorney Ken Alan. Her 20+ years of legal experience and excellent writing skills serve her clients very well. She enjoys complex financial cases and legal research, yet is “understanding and patient with the inherent emotions our clients often face.”
“I really enjoy being able to make a real difference in a client’s life at a point of disruption and chaos”, Sherrie admits. Always an intense advocate for her client, she recognizes that a negotiated settlement may very well be in the client’s best interest. “Encouraging maximum client participation is a most valuable part of my role as a guide through a difficult process.”
Sherrie is a Florida native who enjoys boating. In fact, she has never lived more than one hour away from the water.
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