Knowing the “why” we do what we do is important for many reasons. The “why” helps set the stage for how we accept responsibility and how we proceed with accomplishing our work.
Our office was formed in September 1993 as a solo practice with one attorney and one administrative assistant/paralegal. When we started the office, our letterhead and logo included a gold line under the firm name. The gold line was intentionally used as a symbol of our commitment to a high standard of performance and reflected our belief to follow the “golden rule”. We wanted to “treat others as we would want to be treated”. Thankfully, our commitment to the “golden rule” has continued and the focus has become even more clear.
Our logo continues to use the gold color as a reflection of our commitment of treating others the way we want to be treated. We also have a commitment of excellence in our practice of law, service in and to our community and in all we do. We are so serious about this pursuit of excellence that we added the phrase “Practice of Excellence” to our logo several years ago. Even though we are committed to excellence and improvement, we are not perfect. However, we have a strong commitment to excellence. We have a strong commitment to improve what we do and how we do it. This pursuit of excellence starts with “whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for The Lord, not for humans”. We want to get better at what we do each day.
We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our clients. The service we provide is from a deep desire to help others. What a great way to serve others.
Our logo “Practice of Excellence” remains as our goal. We are in pursuit of excellence.