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07/17/2017
By: Rose M.
Travers W Paine Iii Pc
Travers W. Paine is a very good lawyer I highly recommend him to anyone . He has a heart he cares about people. The best lawyer in GA................... He is a blessing
02/15/2017
By: J T.
Niven, Lauminnia F
This is the most i'm professional place I have ever dealt with when it comes to an attorney . The receptionist is very ghetto rude and disrespectful more than anything unprofessional . The lawyer is very laid-back and seems to not want to work for her money or not seem to want to help you as she should. they are never in the office and you always have to knock on the door and stand outside and wait for someone for a while to open it's just one big mess I wouldn't recommend this attorney to anyone
11/22/2016
By: Nicoll P.
Spence J Michael Atty
The most trustworthy, kindest staff I have ever had the pleasure of dealing with. I highly recommend Mike, you are in good hands with him!
03/24/2016
By: Joseph S.
Hunter III Robert W
Worst $2,000+ investment Ever Made!!!Lazy, Poor Work Ethic, Didn't Even Prepare For Court Beforehand, Cost Me Thousands and I Would Have Had Better Luck Representing Myself. Pathetic Excuse For an Attorney. AVOID AT ALL COST!?!
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09/01/2015
By: Anthony E.
Ghazi, David N
Worst dam lawyer ever. Don't got a clue. Ain't nothing but a spin doctor an is a real liar. Do not ever under no circumstance hire this bum. Every lawyer an officer of the court know that he is garbage.
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03/03/2015
By: bkelly
Lowe, Robert J Jr
Trustworthy and fair priced. This attorney does not hide behind his secretary. Highly recommended
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08/23/2014
By: Jacqueline B.
Clayton L Jolly III
Don't bother questioning the reputation of this attorney - he is spot on and HONEST, full of Integrity, and ethics.
01/12/2014
By: aliciagoodarzy
Shepard Plunkett Hamilton & Boudreaux LLP
I've asked for help with a wide variety of legal matters. Highly recommended as a lawyer every time! Truly makes legal issues as simple to deal with as possible.
06/01/2013
By: kshirly
Law Firm of Seymour & Associates P.C.
They were wonderful!! I never thought I would have to file bankruptcy. They made the process so easy. I was embarrassed that I had let myself get in so much debt. But, Angie and Guy made me realize it could happen to anyone. They were so kind and patient with me and my situation. Now, that I am out of my debt, I can really focus on my kids and living life without looking over my shoulder all the time. If you need to file bankruptcy this is the ONLY place to go. I interviewed other firms before making my decision and Seymour was the best.
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08/22/2011
By: siamese
Cara Sprouse Rowe Attorney at Law
GIves basic service.........communication poor......doesn't really help.......its about the money. Doesn't always show up at court.
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