We're pleased to share our introductions to Tiffany Brown, Esq, Part 2!
I have wanted to be a lawyer since I was a little girl. There really is not a time in my life, where I cannot remember wanting to go into the practice of law. My main desire for wanting to be an attorney was to help people, so working in Family Law was a natural transition. Though it is a difficult and often heartbreaking time for people in their lives, I feel that I provide the support, guidance and legal advice which helps them through this difficult time and allows them begin a new life after the conclusion of their family law matter. I like to say that family law clients are basically good people, going through one of the worst times in their life, and we are here to help them.
I believe in zealous advocacy, because every client should be represented to the fullest limit of the law. As I work heavily in child custody, I believe that it is not just the clients who deserve zealous advocacy, but their children, and really working with the law to protect a child’s future.
I think what separates me from many attorneys in Family Law is my desire to truly help people. I am not just here to be their lawyer, but to help them move their life and those of their children in a positive direction. I believe sometimes I can be too invested in cases, but its this passion for helping and often telling my clients what can be a hard truth to help them grow, that separates me from other attorneys.