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lloydward**** contact us.html Kimberley Doom on The Business Spotlight P2 Dallas Attorney with Lloyd Ward & Associates talks about her services. Patrick Dougher and Marc Harty talk to her about brand management and the importance of reviews from your clients on the internet. Patrick: Welcome back to the Business Spotlight. I'm your host, Patrick Dougher. My guest today is Kimberly Doom, an attorney in the Dallas Fort Worth Area with Lloyd Ward & Associates at www.LloydWard****. You're going to love this interview because Kimberly has been working in the family law as well as the business law in the DFW area and she can serve all of the state of Texas. Thank you so much, Kimberly. Kimberly: Thanks again for having me. Patrick: I want to get into in this segment what you guys are doing to create the success you're having. We talked a little bit about Lloyd Ward being a boutique. But what else are you guys doing that makes you guys so unique in the marketplace? Kimberly: I think mostly what we do is give really good client service. We can relate to the clients, we listen to the clients and listen to what they're wanting, and more importantly we help set the expectations of what they can expect, what the process is like, because the legal world is very, very scary unless people don't understand. What is very important is they understand what is going on and this is what you can expect and this is how what you're asking for measures up against the expectations so that we're not promising something we can't deliver but that we can work really hard to achieve their objectives. Patrick: I know that that's a big part. Some of the areas of expertise that you guys deal with? Kimberly: The firm as a whole deals with business law litigation, corporations, incorporations, transactional items any of those things we can service. Patrick: I even saw oil and gas law. Kimberly: Yes. Patrick: Do you guys do anything with the real estate area and things of that nature? Kimberly: We do transactional work. Anything that a business is going to need we can service. We can do that work for them. Patrick: Awesome. Welcome back on the show, Marc. Rest of Transcription on patrickdougher****/kimberley doom lloyd ward associates attorney 12655 N. Central Expressway Suite 1000 Dallas, TX 75243 Phone: 972-361-0036 Fax: 972-361-0039 Patrick Dougher at *******boostyourbusinessimage****/ The studio uanetwork.tv youtu.be/PUrsEbvSuXY
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Patrick: Welcome back to the Business Spotlight. I'm Patrick Dougher. My guest today is Kimberly Doom of Lloyd Ward & Associates, www.LloydWard****. They're a boutique law firm. She's an attorney specializing in family law and business law in the Dalas/Fort Worth Area especially. In this segment, I think you'll get a lot out of it. Even if you're a business owner just trying to grow your business, you're going to get a lot out of the fact that we're going to talk about who is your ideal client, Kimberly? Kimberly: Wow. If I get to cherry-pick just my perfect client no client is going to be perfect because we're not perfect people but really the clients that I love to work with are the ones who really just want to do the divorce with dignity. You walk into a marriage usually with dignity and you want to leave with dignity. It just doesn't really have to be as difficult as some people make it and an attorney can set the tone and make or break that. I really want to work with clients who have proper expectations and who just really want to be dignified in the way that they go about handling a divorce. Patrick: But aren't most adults kids in big clothing? Kimberly: Yes. Yes, they are. Patrick: The average American emotionally stops aging at about 14. How does that show up when you have to deal with? Kimberly: When people come to see me, they're usually on a broken spot and I expect that. But there's a process that you move along, and really there are two transactions. There's an emotional transaction to divorce and there's a business transaction to a divorce. I'm there to help them with the business transaction. But the way that I'd like to handle it is you get a little counseling, you get a little business stuff because they're not completely separate. But some people really don't want to move along the process. Some people just want to stay back here and not move forward. But if you want to handle it with dignity, especially when there are kids involved and really you owe it to the kids to just make it as good as you can make it. Patrick: I have to admit, having been through a divorce, the theme song that's going in my mind is that Alfred Hitchcock's ee-ee-ee. Just ouch. What are some of the pieces in bringing people together that you really shine at? Kimberly: I think where I really shine is because I can relate and I went through one of those divorces real early. At the beginning and at the end, it's a process and it's moving then through hearing them and sometimes you have to give them a little tough love and tell them things they don't want to hear. You can't be a YES man because the answer is not always yes, but really setting the expectations of, this is where you are, this is where you want to be, what's the difference, and where can we give and take. Some things you want to give on, some things you don't and only you can decide what those are. I'm really good at helping people decide "Do I really want to fight about that?" Patrick: That's good. Kathy Brandon is on the show today. Again, I'm so thankful, Kathy, for you being here. I know you're a social media specialist. Are there things that she can do and her law firm can do using social media to highlight her excellence into the marketplace and really create an ROI on her social media? Kathy: There certainly are. As an attorney, you have a huge opportunity to really be a person out on social media. There are many attorneys that go out on social media and they feel like they just have to be a professional. There are so many requirements, so many rules around what you can share. But one of the most important things for attorneys that a lot of people forget is an attorney is a human being. In your industry specifically and what I'm hearing and when I looked online about you is that what makes you a great attorney is the fact that you are a fabulous human being and because you care so deeply and you've been through the pain and heartache. That's the one recommendation I want to make for you is be bolder as a human being in your profession, because you have every right to be proud of being a different type of attorney out there. Attorneys have quite a bad name for not human beings. The fact that you show up so caring is huge in the social media realm. The second thing I want to charge and inspire you and the Rest of Transcript at: patrickdougher****/kimberley doom lloyd ward associates attorney 12655 N. Central Expressway Suite 1000 Dallas, TX 75243 Phone: 972-361-0036 Fax: 972-361-0039 Patrick Dougher at boostyourbusinessimage****/ The studio uanetwork.tv youtu.be/E45y3xQc9wc
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Patrick: Welcome back to the Business Spotlight. Patrick Dougher here with Kimberly Doom of Lloyd Ward Associates, an attorney firm in the Dallas Fort Worth Area, essentially serving Texas. Kimberly, I want to get into how people can connect to you. We know you as the boutique. We see that you specialize in family law and that you are really good in that area and really good for your clients because you've been there, you've done that. How does somebody connect to you and what's the process of the engagement? Kimberly: They can connect to me by giving us a call. The phone number is 972 361 0036. They can also go to www.LloydWard**** and find the number there or e mail. But generally what happens is they give us a call. They can speak to me just preliminarily on the phone, gets a feel for things, they make an appointment, and really the meat of the matter is when we're face to face and they tell me the situation. I listen to them, we just talk, and they tell me where they are. It really helps me gauge where they are mentally, legally, that kind of thing. And then I explain the process to them because it is very scary, but once you know the process and what to expect, what the expectations are, it's much less scary. Then we start proceeding accordingly. Patrick: Very good. So you're dealing with somebody that's been offended typically. Would that be about right? Kimberly: Well, maybe. Patrick: Everything except maybe business law where there's a contract involved, where you're getting one set. But when you're talking about a separation or divorce or something of that nature, that's an emotionally charged event. Somebody is offended typically. Kimberly: Yes. Patrick: They sit down with you, they have their consultation, you let them know what some of the steps are. How long is that process now for that to begin and maybe eventually to get a court date? Is it very long? Kimberly: It depends on the circumstances because the minimum number of days it can take to get a divorce is 60 days from the date you filed a petition. But it really happens on the 61st day that you file and prove-up a divorce. Every case is different and your needs may be different. Are you in a situation where you need to where we help? Is someone in the home that won't leave? Do you need support right away? Do we need to go see the judge and have the judge make a decision on what it will look like until we do make this final? We have to go to trial. There are a number of things that we have to go through that I have to hear from my clients and ask them questions so that I can ascertain where they are and how to proceed. Patrick: How complicated is the child scenario? When children are involved, how big of a piece of the puzzle is that? Kimberly: If there are children involved, it's absolutely huge. There are so many different alternatives. They can pursue different avenues. Sometimes you have to have a hearing right away and sometimes you don't. Sometimes mediation is involved where there's a third party and you go and you just try to hammer it out. I really encourage that. I call it getting a custom home versus a truck home. If you go to the mediation route, you can really carve it and make it say what you want. If you go the route where you have to go talk to the judge, you're going to get the custom home where that's what everybody gets. It's a track home. It's not custom to you. So if you want some control and you want to do it so that it looks like what it's your family, then either mediation or some kind of negotiation is the way to go. Patrick: Lloyd Ward, it sounds like, are they pretty much a specialist at negotiation and really getting to know what their client is trying to do? Kimberly: Absolutely. I think that's where your money is best spent trying to figure out what you want, what they want, what middle ground that you have that's common, where you differ, and how you can come together on those differences before you have to go have a judge decide how you're going to come together on the differences. Patrick: Is it true that in divorce and other things, so much of the control really is in the hands of the main people that are in the contract or agreement? I'm thinking if it's a divorce then you got your husband or your wife and they're there, Rest of transcription on patrickdougher**** kimberley doom lloyd ward associates attorney Patrick Dougher at boostyourbusinessimage**** The studio uanetwork.tv youtu.be/gCvmRQ1UZWI
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