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06/22/2017
By: Jim R.
Moreno Kenneth A Atty
The BEST bankruptcy attorney in Va.Walk's you through every step and makes it less stressful.Also he works around your schedule to see you.
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02/07/2017
By: Phillip W.
Christopher H. Falk Law Firm
Easy to talk to.I found Chris to be quite competent and prepared to represent me in a recent legal matter. His rates are reasonable and It was easy to sit down with Chris and talk through my situation. He's a good listener and made me feel comfortable. I would hire again.
09/13/2016
By: Chris H.
Kenneth A. Moreno, PLLC
A+++++ for Mr. Moreno!!! He was fair priced for outstanding service. I feel a huge weight lifted off of my shoulders after he has given me the fresh started I have wanted for over 4 years. Embarrassed about my situation, Mr. Moreno put me at ease with the process of a bankruptcy. His upfront attitude and knowledge made me feel I made the right decision going to him. I would strongly recommend using Mr. Moreno for any legal services he may be able to provide.
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07/18/2016
By: oojoan1
Christopher H. Falk Law Firm
I was very happy with the help Chris gave me. Although I wasn't able to hire him , He went out of his way to give me some advice that other attorneys would have not taken the time or effort to do. He was both professional and Careing .Thank You for restoring my faith that not all Lawyers are out for only money or themselves I will always be Thankful for your Kindness.
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10/22/2015
By: Terrie G.
The Law Office of Lori A Michaud, P.C.
Ms Michaud, Has done many things for our family. Always with positive results an in a timely manner. She is professional an very well Educated. You would be wise to get.this Tigar in your corner for sure.
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04/30/2015
By: Andrew P.
Nichols Ralph E Jr
Horrible place to go for a divorce. He told my ex wife it was only going to cost $1000. 8 months and $2300 later we are still not divorced and he wants $800 more. Do not recommend to anyone.
04/03/2015
By: Kevin F.
Christopher H. Falk Law Firm
I feel bad giving this lawyer even 1 star. If there were a option to give no stars, we would. If I were to post the statements that this man has made about Military Disabled Veterans you would throw up in your mouth. We will just leave it at that. This has got to be the most un ethical lawyer in the state in my opinion.
11/03/2014
By: Debra S.
Christopher H. Falk Law Firm
He would rather see families split up because he belives in adultery. He has shacked up with a married woman and believes his clients can do the same.hes not worth hiring. He will cheat u out of whats due.
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