After my consultation, the first distinct thought I recall while getting into my car, was "that is what an attorney should be."

A famous lawyer, Vince Bugliosi, once remarked that "your typical 'brilliant' attorney wouldn't recognize his reputation if he met it on the street.'"

Mr. Small is certainly the exception to the rule, combining genuine empathy, expertise, and less commonly, impressive critical problem solving skills. He did not hesitate to advise me of actions I might take on my own, without charge, to improve my circumstances.

On a personal level, he is the sort of person you would want to call your friend.

William from Fairfax,