he first time you seriously need an attorney is scary. How do you find “a good one”? What makes a “good” one? I called 2 experienced attorney friends, got 2 references, met with both and chose one, hands down: Hanan M. Isaacs, Esq., just north of Princeton in Kingston, NJ, who proved to be a real gift in the midst of my misery.
Mr. Isaacs is a Trial Attorney, Arbitrator and Mediator as well as a Supreme Court Certified Matrimonial Law Specialist. I needed help in this last category. Compassionate counsel and tough advocacy are Isaac’s tools and his small, highly focused team works like a well-oiled machine. Whoever picks up the phone can usually answer any question you ask.
I met Hanan and his team in January, made 2 or 3 additional visits to the office and a couple of phone calls. By early July, Hanan had resoundingly resolved the case in our favor and gave me some helpful advice for moving forward: don’t negotiate with bullies. Aahh! Duh.
Hanan is straightforward and warm, speaks English not jargon, is generous with his knowledge and comfortable sharing his personal perspective when appropriate. I found his fees to be in line with the work accomplished. I would work with Hanan again and have no reservations about recommending him in the future.
- Jeanne G. March 13, 2014