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By: M B.
Coulter Janice V
Experience matters!Ms Coulter worked through some difficult negotiations to produce an outcome that was fair but yet protected my interests. Her many years of experience won out in the end.
By: Andy R.
Law Office of Todd E. Gonyer, PLLC
Great experience - He was very courteous and above all, I was highly impressed by expedient action. Highly recommend engaging Todd.
By: Jill P.
Coulter Janice V
Janice is a fantastic lawyer and I could not imagine having gone through what I did without her representing me. She is knowledgeable, experienced and direct while simultaneously demonstrating compassion and empathy for you and your situation.
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By: Shayla R.
Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly
10/10 would recommend. He was professional, courteous, understood our concerns, answered our questions, and was able to get the charges dismissed.
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By: Pink H.
Law Office of Todd E. Gonyer, PLLC
Best lawyer in Charlotte. Definitely recommend for your law needs. My case was dismissed and I walked away with money saved in my pocket my license still in good standing and no jail or probation... He actually cares and listens to your case and gets the best results every time.
By: Audrey T.
Sperry Law Firm
Terrible communication, unprofessional, no accountability with their staff. Amanda Phillips is horrible. If she is your paralegal, please ask for someone else. I followed all of her instructions only for her to come back and say that is not correct. Sent her a document and she emailed the next week stating she was still waiting on the document I sent her the previous week. Emailed her numerous times and called twice and no reply. I called to talk to a mgr or the owner and the receptionist sent me to Amanda who DIDN'T answer. I called right back and they ignored my call. I used a different phone # and they answered on the 2nd ring. Unbelievable. And these are professionals who we are suppose to trust with our private, personal information. I have been highly displeased with their level of incompetency, unclear/lack of communication & unprofessionalism. If your realtor OR lender refers you to this lawyer, please run the other direction. It will be a nightmare. Unanswered emails, no call backs, ignored phone calls, & incorrect information.
By: Von F.
Coulter Janice V
I was very impressed with Attorney Coulter's pro-active approach concerning my case. She is a very practical, informative and passionate attorney that is well respected among Family Law attorney's in the area. I would not hesitate to retain Attorney Coulter again and I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking the services that she offers.
By: Lashawn L.
Roberts Law Group PLLC
Our teenage son was recently accused of sexual assault. We believed in his innocence, did our research and found the best lawyer that money could hire. We were not disappointed. The Roberts Law Group wasted no time and jumped into action. I will never forget the joy I felt in my heart when I received the call informing me that there would be no charges made against our son. This practice is very efficient and receptive in every way. I highly recommend this practice and would give them 10 stars if I could.
By: Harris V.
Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly
I couldn't have had a better experience with Mr. Connelly. He did a superb job taking care of my charges. It was better than I expected. He is great to work with. I highly recommend him to anyone!
By: Vincent A.
Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly
I've needed Christopher Connelly's services on two occasions. After using his services the first time and having far better results than I expected, I knew that he would be the best lawyer when I required a lawyer for the second time. All I had to do was supply the information he needed and he took care of the rest.
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