Ones to WatchSPONSORED CONTENT
Anne Grover understands the emotional, financial and psychological difficulties that arise in a separation and divorce. “The legal system is not intuitive and can be extremely challenging for anyone to navigate,” she says. Grover, a partner at Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A., is supportive and understanding with her clients, who are often at the worst place in their lives.
“People need strong advocates during such a trying time,” she says. “My clients are often overwhelmed and need direction and assistance in protecting themselves financially and safeguarding their children’s welfare.” Grover’s clients reiterate how important it is to have such a strong advocate protecting their children and making sure there is someone who knows how to calculate and go after support they may need, find hidden assets and is always mindful of their goals.
Many of Grover’s clients lament not engaging her sooner and are impressed with her knowledge, experience and ability to go after what may seem impossible, especially when they are already going through the court system. “Some of my clients have had multiple attorneys before meeting with me,” she says. “They have felt left out of the process; like observers in their own lives. I am careful to explain the process and answer any questions they may have. I am also candid about what relief a court can give and what is likely or not.”
Unlike many attorneys, Grover believes it is always better for the parties to reach a reasonable settlement, resulting in savings for the family coffers with less spent on attorneys and experts. “But, if one side won’t be reasonable,” she says, “you need to be prepared to aggressively go after what you want in court.”