Client Intake Director
At Stange Law Firm, we understand that choosing an attorney can be a difficult decision, especially when it relates to matters as sensitive and important as family law litigation. LaRetha Johnson knows how important these matters are, and is here to connect you with an attorney that can assist you. Along with the rest of the Client Intake team, she is here to listen and speak to you about any of your family law needs.
LaRetha has been with Stange Law Firm, PC for the last two years working in the Client Intake Department as an Intake Assistant. In this role she gained valuable experience empathizing and connecting with individuals who are facing these difficult matters. Prior to this, LaRetha also spent a year working as the Services & Facilities Assistant with the firm.
Outside of working with clients to match them up with the best attorney for their needs, LaRetha enjoys playing Xbox with her son, spending time with family, and shopping.
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