Nicholas Kittleson, attorney and mediator, is committed to providing quality legal services in the field of civil law. He is a member of the National Consumer Law Center and the Employment Law section of the Alaska Bar Association. Mr. Kittleson has also taught continuing education courses on employment and consumer legal issues. Furthermore, he created the Alaska Court System's Manual for Child Custody and Visitation Mediation in 1999.
Kittleson Law Office is dedicated to serving the public in attempt to follow our Christian faith and beliefs. We feel a strong calling to fight for justice for those that the powerful have abused, mistreated or taken advantage of. We are guided by scriptures that we work to live out in our professional lives.
We serve clients of all faith backgrounds and traditions. We respect and value the plurality of faith communities. We are honored to serve anybody seeking justice.
It is important to us that we do the very best job for the clients who have hired us. Therefore, we limit our case load to 12 active cases at one time. Our existing clients receive priority in having their needs met before we take on new clients. If we have 12 active cases when we receive a call from a prospective new client, we will refer that person to another attorney who is currently accepting new clients.
We enter into written legal service agreements with all clients. Our legal service agreements state and disclose important information when selecting an attorney, including what services will be provided, the terms for those services, insurance coverage protecting our clients, our commitment to prompt communication with our clients and our pledge of mutual respect.
We respect and protect our clients' confidentiality.
We have had the privilege of serving a number of clients from a diversity of racial, ethnic, national, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. We do not determine whether a case is too big or too small to be pursued. Instead, we support our clients through providing information about various options to help them make their own decisions about the best way to move forward. There is no adversary we feel is too big or too powerful to challenge. We have brought suit in a variety of cases against local car dealers all the way up to the U.S. government. We helped develop winning strategies that allowed a single mother to take on a major multi-national corporation and achieve her goal without ever having to file a suit.
We recognize that it can be very empowering and less expensive for a person to handle his or her own suit. Others have the money and prefer to pay us to do the work. We are willing to work for clients on the basis of advice and assistance or provide full representation. We give clients choices.