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By: Robert Y.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
I'm new to writing a Trust. I had contacted a number of attorneys. However, I ran into lawyers who couldn't return a phone call or e-mail, lied to me, changed their rate or couldn't provide practical guidance on what considerations go into writing a Trust. Attorney Jeffrey P. Hall was the solution to avoid all that. He's organized, on-time, sensible, clear-minded, decisive, and won't waste your time. He listens. He's easy to work with knowing the Trust will be followed according to my intentions.Only through Jeffrey's legal expertise do I now believe in two phrases that go together - "Trust" and "Peace-of-mind".
By: N D.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
Jeffrey P. Hall was a life saver! We had an unpleasant legal experience prior to meeting Jeff. He was patient, understanding, personable, and very knowledgeable. He took the time needed to explain in detail what needed to be done in the preparation of our new Wills and Deed to our home. He instilled a lot of confidence and answered our phone calls and emails promptly, something we weren't used to.
By: Patrick C.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
Jeff was a pleasure to work with. He was knowledgeable, personable, quick, and the quality of his work was excellent! We definitely recommend him for estate planning for business and/or personal needs. - The Calalangs
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By: Dave O.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
We contacted Jeff to draft a Will and also to solicit advice concerning estate planning. He asked all the right questions and provided the answers to our concerns. He created our Durable Power of Attorney, our Durable Health Care Power of Attorney, Our Living Will and our Last Will and Testament. His knowledge of estate planning greatly contributed toward for our peace of mind. I would highly recommend Jeff for all your estate planning needs.
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By: Tricia J.
Law Office of Louis Lombardo, PC
Lou Lombardo is an incredible lawyer, not just passionate about what he does but who he does it for. He took the time to learn my individual situation and explained in great detail the entire process. He made sure I was comfortable in my understanding of each part of my case before moving forward, prepping me for what to expect and fighting aggressively for me and my son. Great professionalism, knowledge, and dedication. Lou truly cares for his clients!
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By: Erik R.
Law Office of Louis Lombardo, PC
Rarely do I ever have my questions put into a perspective that I can truly understand. Especially when it comes to knowing how the law works. Mr. Lombardo is very understanding and knowledgeable in his field. He listens and is very respectable. I had no problem understanding his instructions about how to go about my case. It was very refreshing and I came out of my consultations feeling very positive about the knowledge I have gained with each visit. His assistants are very helpful and the office makes you feel at home. That's the kind of atmosphere you want when you go visit your lawyer.
By: Judd S.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
Jeff Hall did an excellent and timely job of providing my wife and I with a new living trust after we relocated to Arizona. He is very pleasant to work with and I highly recommend him to anyone needing help with estate planning.
By: Mark C.
Law Office of Louis Lombardo, PC
Lou is a true find, an honest attorney, very fair - great guy. My divorce was extremely complex and drawn out. Lou was there every step of the way with guidance and sound decisions. His strength lies in two areas, honesty and he is a great writer. Bottom line Lou gets the job done right. Six Stars!
By: Thomas R.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
I contacted Jeffrey Hall to have him update my Will and help set up a Living Trust. Jeff explained the process of creating a trust quite simple and painless. Jeff is very knowledgeable, straight forward, personable and friendly. He answered all my questions and gave me additional tools to help me manage my estate. I'm very pleased with the quality of his work, attention to detail and is very organized. I strongly recommend Jeff Hall. Thanks Jeff!
By: Lynn O.
Jeffrey P. Hall, PLLC, Attorney at Law
We had Jeffrey Hall assist us in establishing a revocable living trust and to draw up other estate planning documents and were very pleased with his services. From our initial contact with him, through the signing of our documents….we had an excellent experience from start to finish. Mr. Hall responded to our inquiry right away, scheduled our appointment quickly, met with us at length to discuss our plans, promptly drew up our documents, met with us again to answer questions, cheerfully made several revisions to our documents when requested and arranged for a smooth signing. We were particularly impressed with the patience he showed answering our myriad of questions, with responses catered to our level of understanding as these kind of documents can sometimes be confusing. When the process was completed, Mr. Hall presented us with all of our documents organized into a binder, which also included a lot of valuable information about maintaining the trust and what we needed to do now that the documents were signed, which was very helpful. After several years of putting this dreaded task off even though we knew how important it was, we were so glad that we found Jeffrey Hall to help us painlessly through the process. He was a pleasure to work with and we recommend him highly for your estate planning needs.
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