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Harmonniey Kinchion unexpectedly started her practice in January 2019 with one client and $250 on a credit card. She didn’t intend to start her own firm, but it’s been the best decision she’s made.
“Since that time, I have focused on serving my community primarily in the family and personal injury law practice areas,” she said. “The firm would not be as successful as it is today without my faith in God, the support of my family, and my clients.”
The firm’s foundation is built on three core principles: customer service, transparency and efficiency. Kinchion was a legal assistant for more than five years, which meant she was often the first point of contact for a client. She learned that having access to the attorney you meet and hire is the most important factor in ensuring client satisfaction. The second is delivering a great result.
“I participate in the most, if not the only, difficult time in a person’s life,” Kinchion said. “The very least I can do is to make sure my client is informed, has access to me, and that I obtain results in their best interests.”
Clients describe her as “intelligent” and as “someone who gets the job done right the first time.”
“She knows what she’s doing, and I trust her every decision,” said one client. “She was right there for me and my son in our time of need. I have and will always continue to recommend her services to others.”