Laynette Carrington 2014-07-26 00:32:23
Angela Enholm and Lyle Salekin founded their practice on the belief that everyone with a case should have competent, thorough and compassionate representation. Representing clients in family law, bankruptcy and criminal matters, the team of attorneys at Enholm & Salekin is committed to their company motto, “We Take Sides ... Yours.” The partners met through a mutual associate. Enholm came to Arizona toward the end of her education at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan to complete an externship at a major criminal defense firm. While sharing offices with the attorney she met Salekin, who also came to Arizona to extern for the same attorney. It didn’t take the duo long to recognize that they shared a similar set of values and a passion for the law. The partners set out to found Enholm & Salekin in 2013. Enholm began her legal career a little later than most and it was the work at a prosecutor’s office during her undergraduate years that propelled her to law school. She said, “I’m able to draw on my prior experiences and bring them to my aid in the legal field.” Salekin took the traditional path. He graduated top of his class from Lindenwood University and went on to win the mock trial court competition at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While each member of the firm has their own specialization, they find that it’s sometimes in the client’s best interest to work with the attorney with whom they feel most comfortable. Enholm focuses mainly on family law with an emphasis on divorce and child custody. Salekin handles DUI and criminal cases. The firm also employs Emi Koyama, who takes on mostly bankruptcy and family law cases, as well as John Bain, who handles family law. Enholm stated, “We understand that it’s important for the client to get the right attorney for the best working relationship. If it’s a bankruptcy case, then it will go to Emi, otherwise we try to make sure it’s the right fit. If I click with a client during their initial consultation, then I will handle their matter and the same goes for the others.” When Enholm and Salekin set out to found their firm it was with the understanding that they were here to serve the community. While the firm doesn’t generally handle pro bono cases, they strive to make their services affordable to their clients. Enholm said, “We devise plans that fit all budgets, within reason, of course. We attempt to provide legal services to anyone who turns to us.” The culture at Enholm & Salekin is founded on support. The whole team works together to the betterment of their clients. Lyle Salekin stated, “Our firm is excited about continuing to develop new systems that will benefit our clients by saving costs and improving results including a devoted attention to new technology. Additionally, we are continuing to expand with the hopes of bringing on more attorneys and staff in the near future.” Enholm believes the firm has a bright future. “I’d really like to see the firm expand a little bit. We will continue to grow stronger and continue to be highlyfocused on our clients. We want to be better advocates for clients and be able to reach out more and be more prevalent in the community, too,” she finished.
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