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Philip S. Coe - Fayetteville, GA

150 Howard LaneP.O. Box 1329 Fayetteville, GA 30214 - 6329

Updated: 04/09/2024

Fayetteville Family Law Lawyer

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By Anonymous on Oct. 21, 2022

0.5 out of 5 stars

I posted a review in 2019. My daughter alerted me to his reply to my review. I am responding to that reply, so please see that review. 1. If a client seeks a divorce and the attorney encourages a protective order for safety, shouldn't that protective order be enforceable by law? I was told that if I signed an order rather than pressing charges for violence faced that the order would provide permanent protection and that I'd never have to go back to court each year to have a protective order reinstated. When my ex broke the order - not my "mental issue" but on camera - and I called the police, I was told the order I had was an unenforceable "promise to be good" and that I needed an actual, enforceable order. 2. When back in court for the actual on-camera stalking, shouldn't the attorney, who knows his bill (I had yet to receive one), ask for the full sum for the stalking and protective orders to be the responsibility of the perpetrator? Or should the victim be victimized again by court fees for trying to be safe? 3. Shouldn't attorneys provide monthly statements, not bills 3 months out that ask for close to another 10K after the 5500 when there were only two orders -- the permanent order (done out of court) and the stalking (which we went to court then my ex wanted to settle without us testifying or showing evidence, so also not handled "in court")? 4. Shouldn't financial discovery be done by the attorney you hire to do your divorce? I was told it would be. None was ever provided or shown to be done to me, the client. 5. Should it be the client's responsibility when an attorney keeps filing - and charging -for extensions for the divorce court date for his own personal reasons? I was not told about these extensions and was angered because all could have been finalized without additional stress/pain/cost. I learned about the extensions in the bill I finally received. This all said--does anyone, regardless of supposed "mental issues" or "mental unbalance," deserve to be harmed, harassed, or stalked in any way shape or form? I went through a nightmare for three years straight when leaving, not to mention the pain prior. I was harmed further financially rather than helped. The treatment I faced and the gaslighting comments in the reply are not "understandable" for any person, professional, or attorney. They are unconscionable, victim-blaming behaviors that only further an already broken system and silence those who face abuse.

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