What Our Clients Say

Hi Rayna,

Thank you so much for everything. I so appreciated your professionalism and skill–and also your compassion. I know you have so many cases going on right now, but I always felt I had your full attention, that you were fully present with me, and your empathy really bore me up through the whole horrible ordeal. Not to mention you’re just a straight badass at your job: I never felt anything but confident at every step of the process that I was getting the best advice and advocacy.

And Heather, too–thank you so much for going back and forth with me on spreadsheets and drafts and getting all of the innumerable pages of paperwork organized and taken care of in a timely and thorough way. These are skills I don’t have, and I’m so glad you do.

It is of course impossible for a divorce like mine to be a pleasant experience. But I do feel like I kept my dignity through it, and I do feel like I have hope. And you’re both significantly to credit for that.

– L.O.

Kimberly Surratt served for eight years on the executive council and has been the vice chair and then chair of the State Bar of Nevada Family Law Section. In addition, she is the President-Elect of the Nevada Justice Association and the chair of the domestic lobbying committee. She has lobbied with the Nevada Justice Association since 2004.

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