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What Our Clients Say About Our Firm

“After dealing with another attorney who didn’t give me the warm and fuzzy feeling that he would be able to help me, I searched for an attorney who knows the law and knows it well. I must say I was thoroughly impressed with Caleb Griffin’s diligence and knowledge. So much so that I continue to use him to this day.”

Travé | child custody and support

“I worked with Griffin and Griffin on a tremendously important business matter that put my family and me at risk. Caleb Griffin was compassionate, displayed integrity and was very skilled. He knew exactly what to do and got us out of that bad situation pretty quickly. This is the team you want on your side.”

Sean | debt relief

“I was in a car accident. My car was totaled and I was without transportation. I struggled back and forth with the insurance company to get what I needed to get back on my feet. When I contacted Griffin and Griffin, Caleb Griffin was honest about what I was entitled to and promised to work hard on my claim. He did everything for me. No more draining conversations with the insurance company. Thanks to Griffin and Griffin. I received the settlement I needed to pay off my totaled car, replace my damaged personal items, and get back on my feet. At Griffin and Griffin, they know the law and made it work for me.”

Brandi | personal injury

More Successes

Divorce | Traveling Father Gets Favorable Settlement

Jerry1 was a loving father who traveled out of state a lot for his job. His relationship with his wife had fallen apart, and he wanted to divorce as gently as possible so that his child wouldn’t suffer. Even more importantly, post-divorce, he wanted to continue to spend as much time as possible with his child during the days he was home. We got him exactly the custody schedule he was looking for, and we did it in settlement discussions with the judge, thereby avoiding the ugly mud throwing of a divorce trial.

Immigration | Undocumented Alien Gets Green Card

Susan came to America at the age of 17 looking to escape the violence and abuse of her home in El Salvador where she had lived in a one-room shanty with nearly a dozen other people. Her parents couldn’t help her so Susan put her hope in a half-brother who lived in Maryland. She was caught at the border and placed into removal proceedings with the immigration court. We had to work fast because she was almost too old, but we were able to get her into the guardianship of a loving family friend. Then we were able to get her a work permit and a green card. Soon she’ll be eligible for U.S. citizenship. Welcome to America, Susan.

Adoption | Child Adopted From Liberia Despite The Moratorium

A few years ago, Liberia set a moratorium on all international adoptions of Liberian children due to allegations of adoptive parents buying Liberian children. The moratorium is still in place today (as of Oct 2014.) We were approached by a Liberian-American who had adopted his niece, but couldn’t convince Liberia to release her, due to the moratorium. Furthermore, the Immigration Service told him that he had a history of child abuse, therefore, they would not approve the orphan petition. We not only cleared up the child abuse misunderstanding but we got his niece out of the country for him just before the Ebola outbreak.

Criminal | Defendant Acquitted Of All Charges

Melissa Brown’s longtime lover and father of her three children, John, had taken up with another woman, Barbara, whom Melissa didn’t like at all. After weeks of fighting and arguing over text messages and phone calls, Melissa and Barbara found themselves in a public brawl along with half a dozen others including John. Many were injured. At one point, Melissa’s and John’s vehicles crashed into each other. There were multiple eyewitnesses. Melissa was charged with several counts of assault, reckless endangerment, carrying a dangerous weapon with intent to injure, malicious destruction of property, negligent driving, and failure to return to and remain at the scene of an accident. After we questioned the state’s witnesses and demonstrated their lack of credibility, the judge acquitted Melissa of all charges.

1. The names are changed to protect our clients. Also, the facts of each case are different. There is no guarantee that you will experience similar results as those described herein.