Amy G. Mingo
Client Success Manager
With 32 years of customer service and leadership experience, I can undoubtedly say that I love to serve people. My experiences have taught me that people deserve to know that they are important and cared for. This guidance is no truer than when people are thinking about and trying to prepare for what happens to their loved ones after they die, or when they are grieving the loss of a loved one themselves. They deserve to know that their feelings, their stress, and their goals are important and that someone cares enough about them to walk with them through those moments. Here at The Law Office of Gregory L. Williams, I get to convey this to our clients every day—to walk with them through difficult and stressful moments—and it is an experience that I love.
Not only has my career taught me the value of this level of service, but it is increasingly apparent to me personally as I watch my own parents grow older. I realize the importance of having peace of mind during end-of-life moments. I have seen the relief from the client's faces when they sign their estate planning documents. They look as if they have the secure feeling that their loved ones won’t have any questions when the inevitable happens. I have also witnessed the stress of a client coming to us with a suitcase full of paperwork while in the midst of grieving the loss of a loved one and saying, simply, “Please help me.” During those moments, it gives me great joy, and I love being able to say, “I would be happy to help.”
Life is precious. The decisions we make during this life are important. Having trusted counsel to help you make the right decisions is invaluable. It would be an honor to serve you.
Life is precious. The decisions we make during this life are important. Having trusted counsel to help you make the right decisions is invaluable.