PRACTICE AREAS

Divorce and Family Law

Dana Lynn

PARALEGAL

“I try to make every client feel like he or she is the most important; that they are #1”

Making every client feel like the only client is how legal assistant Dana Lynn fulfills her passion for helping people through difficult times. She’s been doing that for 15+ years as Family Law Attorney Paul Nichols’ “right-hand man,” as he likes to say.

Dana’s interest in law was sparked early. Her Dad, a police officer, used to take her on ride alongs and, when he later became a Magistrate, Dana took every opportunity to go to work with him. She observed and often sympathized with the people brought before her Dad–they were fearful, alone and desperate for help.

At 22, Dana joined a small law firm as a legal assistant. She found the job combined her interest in law and empathy for people needing help. When she joined Nichols Zauzig in 2004, her passion continued to grow as she became Paul Nichols’ “right-hand man,” as he likes to say. She’s been by his side ever since.

Dana’s in good company. Many Nichols Zauzig employees have been with the firm for 15 and 20+ years. “It’s nice to have that unity with co-workers. We all back one another up,” Dana says. That is a big reason she has stayed with the firm, as well as enjoying her work. “When I walk in every day, I still really enjoy what I do.”

And what Dana does every day is be there for clients. “I try to make every client feel like he or she is the most important; that they are #1,” she says, adding, “It’s important to make them feel special, show them we really do want to help and do everything we can for them.”

Dana Lynn

PARALEGAL

PRACTICE AREAS

Divorce and Family Law

Making every client feel like the only client is how legal assistant Dana Lynn fulfills her passion for helping people through difficult times. She’s been doing that for 15+ years as Family Law Attorney Paul Nichols’ “right-hand man,” as he likes to say.

Dana’s interest in law was sparked early. Her Dad, a police officer, used to take her on ride alongs and, when he later became a Magistrate, Dana took every opportunity to go to work with him. She observed and often sympathized with the people brought before her Dad–they were fearful, alone and desperate for help.

At 22, Dana joined a small law firm as a legal assistant. She found the job combined her interest in law and empathy for people needing help. When she joined Nichols Zauzig in 2004, her passion continued to grow as she became Paul Nichols’ “right-hand man,” as he likes to say. She’s been by his side ever since.

Dana’s in good company. Many Nichols Zauzig employees have been with the firm for 15 and 20+ years. “It’s nice to have that unity with co-workers. We all back one another up,” Dana says. That is a big reason she has stayed with the firm, as well as enjoying her work. “When I walk in every day, I still really enjoy what I do.”

And what Dana does every day is be there for clients. “I try to make every client feel like he or she is the most important; that they are #1,” she says, adding, “It’s important to make them feel special, show them we really do want to help and do everything we can for them.”

“I try to make every client feel like he or she is the most important; that they are #1”