We met one day with money in hand, money which he refused to accept before meeting and interviewing our children. It wasn’t until he was completely satisfied that they were okay he then accepted the money and our case against Child Protective Services. We had only two days prior to the trial so he had to work abruptly. He was well-prepared when we arrived at court. He was able to prove not only where we innocent of what we were accused but that the CPS caseworker lied under under oath.
Following the trial my son had brain surgery, Don checked on him frequently, and expressed his concern often. He is very compassionate and much more than just an attorney that’s awesome at his job, but a caring loving human being who helped us keep our family together. He will stay in our hearts forever.