“Paul and Kim, thank you so much for all you have done for us! We cannot thank you enough for your direction, patience, sense of humor and prayers over the last year. We know God gave us you to lean on. And out of this difficult time came such a special friendship-what a wonderful thing!”
“You and your paralegals have worked so hard for us in the past year and a half. We are very grateful to you all! It may only be your job but to us it is our life with our daughter! Having the enforceable plan is going to give us the consistency needed to build a solid relationship with our daughter! Without you none of it would have been possible!”
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