Samuelson, Hause & Samuelson is a firm that is small enough to give close personal attention, but is large enough to handle the most complex issues faced in matrimonial litigation.
We’re a firm that’s small enough that we give close personal
attention to every one of our clients.
That every client is gonna be working with a partner. And the partners
discuss the cases, we work in a team effort, we’re always available,
we answer telephone calls within 24 hours of a person calling. But we’re
also large enough that we have a good enough support staff and large enough
support staff of paralegals and associates that we can handle complex
issues, we can handle appeals, memorandums of law, anything that comes
at us no matter how big the firm is that we are against, we’re capable
of handling those issues. We have, I think when we added it up, just under
90 years of combined experience among the partners in dealing with this.
We’ve handled every kind of custody issue that you can imagine.
I personally recently just finished a trial where both of the clients
were deaf, which presented a lot of unique issues in terms of a custody
case. It had unique issues in terms of how these parents communicated
with their children, how they interacted with each other, which is a little
different than the people in the hearing community, and we spent all the
time necessary in order to learn the intricacies of how these people deal
with each other, so that we could present the best possible case for our
client, and present our client in the best possible light. Even though
some things may seem unusual however when you looked at it in the context
of the deaf community (which we learned quite a bit about), found that
this was normal behavior. We have the experience to deal with any complicated
issue that may come before us and do the best job possible for the clients