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By: paul.fierabend
Jerome Collins CPA
Jack Collins was the best, he was detailed oriented and worked super hard to complete any extra CPA work
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By: Karen S.
Karen R. Scheiner, Esq.
Excellent representation with personal attention in family matter. Highly recommended. Certified by the Supreme Court. 25 years of experience.
By: Jen D.
Bonfrisco Law Firm
I cant say more great things about Michael Bonfrisco and his team. i was referred to Mr. Bonfrisco after hearing that he was a good estate lawyer. after my husband passed away i was in need of a new trust to protect my young children. Michael Bonfrisco and his staff were total professionals
By: Mark R.
Bonfrisco Law Firm
After my parents passed away without a will i was faced with having to figure out the NJ probate and tax system on my own. I hired Michael Bonfrisco and the Bonfrisco Law Firm to assist me in probate and obtaining Nj tax waivers. they were very responsive and the process went smoothly
By: anonymous2981
I wish I could put "0" stars!!! Eric Shore is a scam for sure!!! My son's father was deemed disabled by multiple doctors over 3 years ago. So we started the process of applying, denial, review and now we're at the hearing part. Called Social Security and were told he'd probably have his hearing within the next few months. Great! Only Eric Shore's offices called this morning and said that there isn't enough evidence to prove disability!!! WTF?! Are u kidding me??!!! HE CAN'T EVEN GET IN A CAR AND DRIVE DOWN THE STREET!!! HOW COULD HE WORK?!!! Well, I guess from the reviews I've seen by google'ing this lawyer, it would have been best to have chosen another lawyer to begin with...but he choose Eric Sure and was told last minute that he can't represent him! Now we have to start all over w/a different lawyer and this time, it's in a time crunch!! Thanks Eric Shore for (not) returning all of our phone calls this past year, thanks for (not) communicating with us at all, and thanks for (not) representing him and putting us in this situation!!! So here's what we've dealt with since choosing Eric Shore for representation....First phone call we were told that Eric Shore's lawfirm could represent him and sent out paperwork...then after the paperwork....NOTHING!! FOR OVER A YEAR!! NOTHING!! No phone calls, no emails...no returned phone calls. Call their multiple numbers, placed on hold for a hour and told to leave a message because he's busy. Leave a message, no call back....leave another message...still no call back!! LEAVE 5 MESSAGES IN 1 DAY...STILL NO CALL BACK!!!! Call the numbers again and push the option for "new cases" and was connected IMMEDIATELY!!! However, the people that take your information to send you paperwork in the mail are NOT the same people that handle cases...and DON"T EVEN WORK IN THE SAME OFFICE!!! They are unable to give any contact information for this lawfirm, but will be happy to connect you to their voicemail?!!! Really?! So I started google'ing this lawfirm....negative feedback EVERYWHERE except Facebook for some reason....then I look and see that feedback that was there previously has been deleted!!! There used to be over 50 reviews, now there are 17. What's up w/that?! So all in all, I guess we'll be happy to find another lawyer...since this one didn't do anything for us except keep us hanging on a string for over a year anyway!!! Maybe this time, we will find a reputable one...one that returns phone calls...offers a cell phone number for contact...and is professional....this one sure is not!!! BEWARE...Disability Scam Lawyers are EVERYWHERE!!!!
By: Jon S.
Bonfrisco Law Firm
I had the opportunity to call Bonfrisco Law Firm and speak to Michael Bonfrisco about my fathers estate last week. Mr. Bonfrisco and his team were very helpful in sending me in the right direction.
By: diggr99
Donald S. Bicking & Associates PC
Has always had good service and my questions and concerns answered.
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By: jerseybusiness
Donald S. Bicking & Associates PC
My neighbor the accountant was handling my corporate taxes and was unavailable to do this two weeks prior to them being due. I needed an accountant right away. I found Don on line and called his office. He was able to get it done in time and did it at a good rate. That was 5 years ago and he has been my accountant since.
By: nealga
Sterling Rauf & Associates
I was very unhappy with Sterling Rauf, however after we finally touched base he explained the reason for the delay was due to updating paperwork. Today I did get my divorce as he promised, and I am very satisfied, Thanks Sterling, sorry for the misunderstanding... Neal G.
By: nealgarrison
Sterling Rauf & Associates
I contracted with Sterling Rauf 9/09 to handle my out of state divorce. November 2010 he said he had all needed paperwork and court date would be 2-3 months. I started calling him April 2011 leaving many messages about date, few weeks would go by another message this went on until September 2011 when he finally got back to me stating he needed another letter signed. I got this back to him within 2 weeks an still nothing, no court date, no return calls, I go to his office Sterling Rauf & Associates in Cherry Hill and no one is ever there left several business cards. Nothing./ I would Never Refer Him he is a disgrace to his profession, unprofessional , dead beat lawyer or a fraud...Not sure but will find out....
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