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January 4, 2018


"I want to give more, volunteer more. Give to the community that has given me so much.” 

--Attorney Maxwell

“My resolution is to take each day one day at a time.”
--Attorney Dees

“I want to continue to provide high quality legal assistance to the clients of the Maxwell Law Firm and strive to make all of our client satisfied, with favorable results for them.”
--Attorney Tillman

“My New Year’s Resolution is to read two books a month. I’ve found myself reading less outside of work lately and I want to be sure I do that more. I’m open to suggestions!”
--Charlie D.

“I’m perfect. I have no resolutions. Just kidding--I would like to spend more time with loved ones.”
--Austin R.

“I want to get fit and have a healthier lifestyle.”
--Duston W.

“My new year’s resolution is to keep negativity away from every decision made. We often ignore what we’re already given and focus on what could’ve been. I hope to maintain a positive outlook for both my actions and inactions.
--Evani P.

“My New Year’s Resolution is to become a stronger and more independent woman.”
--Heather W.

“I want to try to start and finish a painting each month! That gives me a deadline. I have about 20 that I’ve started.”
--Ashley E.

“I want to start eating healthy and work out 2 to 3 times a week!”
--Tajeka W.

“My New Year’s Resolution is balance. To be healthy in both body and mind, to stay focused, and to strive to reach my fullest potential as a student, a future attorney, and as a friend.”
--Houston H.

“I have an intention to truly care for myself in purposeful ways. That means that when I want to clear my mind, not reaching for Netflix, but rather going for a run or a workout, painting, writing, meditating, or playing an instrument.”
--Fernanda H. 

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