This is me, Dale Darby, at 2:30 a.m. on a Thursday morning preparing for a divorce trial.
I work and prepare like no other. I treat your case as if it were something personal to me—always asking myself, “am I handling this litigation as if it involved a member of my family, a friend or my own personal interests?” If I am not putting forth that sort of effort, I am not doing my job.
If you meet me, one thing you will learn quickly is that I am approachable and, as they say, “down to Earth.” Unlike many of my colleagues, I did not grow up with a silver spoon. Like my father, I abhor wealth and despise those who take advantage of others for their own personal benefit. I like to say, “I look forward to the day when I can go into the Country Club (which I am not a member) knowing that I have sued every last one.” Not that they are bad people, but the world needs people like me who have the audacity to challenge those who wield power, exercise control and monopolize wealth.