“From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.”
In June 2009, my husband and I were celebrating life. Our youngest son just celebrated his first birthday; our oldest son was gearing up for first grade. I had just began a second career with the deaf, Cliff was excited about his upcoming deployment with the United States Navy, and we were about to buy land in the country to build a home. We were living out the American dream, and thanking God for His blessings. Then, suddenly, our world came crashing down with one phone call, one meeting, a handful of mistakes made by others, and plenty of tears. After fifteen years of dedicated military service, Cliff was looking at being forcibly discharged, through no fault of his own, leaving him and our family enveloped in panic and unsure of the future.
We began searching for civilian representation the same day. We were not having much luck talking with anyone, as it was past business hours on a Friday. After locating your information through your web site, Cliff and I thought we would at least leave a message after feeling inspired by your clients’ testimonials. As we sat on the front porch overwhelmed with worry, our tension was broken up by the telephone ringing. Within hours of learning about our unfortunate predicament, you called and immediately starting setting our minds at ease. You discussed your experience and took time to address many of our concerns. Your knowledge of military law and your expedited response placed us in your office within days.
Thus began our year long journey with you, Greg, and you provided our family not only with legal expertise but also emotional support throughout a difficult year. You and your staff were always available and enabled us to overcome every barrier that was set in our way. Your passion and confidence bled through to us, and with every passing day we found comfort through your legal counsel and professional advice.
In June 2010 our well-traveled road became one paved with hope, praise, and joyous tears when Cliff was found without fault, retained in service, and promoted to Lieutenant. Now, thanks to your diligence, persistence, and devotion to innocence, my husband is looking forward to his future assignments with the military. Due to your vast knowledge, and if it is God’s will, Cliff will breathe the salty air and sail the seas until he retires.
Everyone must remember that bad things happen to good people. God allows us to experience the trials and tribulations of this earth in order to grow and become closer to Him. In our case, not only is that true, but it seems He also blessed us with a guardian angel.
Thank you, Greg. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.