Debbie Broomhall brings the gift of discernment to Fry & Elder as a paralegal for the nationally recognized law firm.
“When I meet clients, it is usually on one of their worst days,” Debbie Broomhall said. “My goal is to make that day a little brighter while applying tried and true legal principles while bringing kindness and a personal interface to the client, which is something only the highest caliber and seasoned paralegals know.”
With 40 years in the industry, Debbie has been involved in several critical or emergency situations of urgency a family law paralegal could find themselves in. Yet, the unique circumstances each client faces continue to challenge and motivate Debbie.
“I think it is important to personally connect with people in my line of work,” Debbie Broomhall said. “I would like to think our clients know they can always count on me.”
Debbie has no shortage of responsibilities as Fry & Elder managing partner Simon Harwood’s paralegal. She is essential to the firm in preparing and providing pleadings and legal correspondence.
“I really love it here at Fry & Elder,” Debbie said. “We have a work family and very cohesive environment here which makes all the difference in the world at a law firm.”
Away from Fry & Elder, Debbie enjoys seeing live music and trying new places to eat , and, of course, spending time with her two grown sons and six grandchildren.
“I’ve been told that I’m charismatic and outgoing,” Debbie says. “I think those qualities go well working with clients and attorneys.”