Distinguished: An excellent rating for a lawyer with some experience. This rating indicates the attorney is widely respected by their peers for high professional achievement and ethical standards.
If you need an attorney in Family Law, I highly recommend Ms. Sandvoss. She will listen to the facts of the case, as well as all your concerns. She doesn't sugar coat the difficult and complex areas of the case,...
Christina is very knowledgeable and I look forward to working with her on my case.
She was great to work with. Always quick to respond; down to earth. Felt like I was working with a friend to reach my goals. Highly recommended!!!
Really genuine, professional, and courteous service. Ms. Sandvoss was to the point and very informative. I would highly recommend her.
I met with Christina for a consult regarding martial law. She was very friendly and pleasant during our consultation. She was able to provide me with answers for every question I had. Her knowledge will allow me to...
Christina Sandvoss represented me in a spousal support modification. She could not have done a better job. I consulted with several attorneys before hiring her. She was able to do what all the others said was...
She's amazing she's helped me out so much with my case.... Helped me understand everything Thank you so much christina Tiffany price
Christina is a wonderful Attorney. She helped me understand exactly what I needed to know. Highly recommend.
I am so thankful and appreciative that Christina Sandvoss was my Lawyer for my Divorce. Her tenacity,vigor and passion over exceeded my expectations. She was my voice when I could not speak and my shield when I...
I am thankful and appreciative that Christina Sandvoss was my Lawyer for my Divorce. Her tenacity, vigor and passion over exceeded my expectations. She was my voice when I could not speak and my shield when I felt...
Christina Sandvoss Represented me in Family court and would leave when she was supposed to be in court. The last court date I had where she represented me we had to wait for her to come back to the courthouse...