I hired Sean for a divorce action where I was the defendant and had two other attorneys that were clearly in over their head. Sean obviously has specialized family law experience that is valuable. I've hired many attorneys for a variety of legal needs, and the more I hire the more I believe that the best value for consumers is a very specialized attorney hired for a very narrow purpose. My only concerns are that the billing methods make it nearly impossible to audit the bill and prevent overbilling. Sean inserted an "earned upon receipt" clause in the client agreement, which in my experience is unusual for a family law attorney. He later said that he only puts that in there so he can move the funds to the operational account. My preferred method of receiving legal advise is by phone because it is more efficient and also it is trackable to phone records, which protects consumers from attorneys padding billing statements to inflate bills. His preferred method of delivering advice is via email, which prevents consumers from being able to dispute a bill that seems to be padded. He also groups items in the bill so that it is impossible to make sure you are not being overbilled. For example he will combine legal research, email responses and phone conversations into one entry. I may have to open a complaint with the Georgia Bar regarding his billing. If consumers could fixed price this legal work or get the attorney to deliver advice by phone, this would give consumers protection.