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08/23/2017
By: Chapple K.
Law Offices Of Harry G Lasser
Could not help me & at that was not friendly or could not tell not who could help me.....I was trying to see if they could help me with my credit or point me in the right direction but all I got was they couldnt help me all they do is bankruptcy
01/22/2017
By: Joe D.
Seth Crabtree Atty
Mr. Crabtree is one of the few attorneys practicing that is a legal professional. He provides knowledge about the law and your case, he excels in legal matters, and Mr. Crabtree will not judge you based on your past or the case in front of him. Mr. Crabtree treated me with respect, and effectively communicated with me throughout the legal process. When one needs legal representation, I do not have strong enough words that could show how Mr. Crabtree exceeded legal and professional goals for my personal case. Mr. Crabtree is encouraging, builds a strong relationship with his clients and supports you through the process. Mr. Crabtree recognizes individuals need help and is extremely generous with retainer fees for such high quality level of legal service. Mr. Crabtree is the most open-minded, ethical, logical, and skilled attorney I have ever spoken with. It is an absolute pleasure to have known him, even under my circumstances, and his work for me and my legal needs could not have been handled with a higher standard of legal assistance. I simply cannot say enough about this young professional. Mr. Crabtree is an attorney that wants to leave the legal field better than how he found it. I have no doubt he will continue to practice and excel in the legal field. Thank you Mr. Crabtree! Sincerely,Dr. Joe Denton
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11/08/2016
By: Crystal J.
Simpson Donna
Didn't care about my case. Did not do enough to support me. Gave up early on me and never calleds back.
08/16/2016
By: Rachel G.
Office III, Albert F
HORRIBLE! HE IS NOW AT 9 S. JEFFERSON ST HE SUCKS ITS BEEN ALMOST A YEAR SINCE I HIRED HIM JUDGE JUST ACCEPTED MY DIVORCE TH 29TH OF JULY AND TODAY I CALLED COURTS AFTER MR. OFFICER CUSSED ME OUT FOR ASKING ABOUT MY DECREE AND ASKED COURTS ABOUT IT. WELL MR. OFDICER STILL HASNT PAID MY FILEING FEE OR TURNED IN MY PAPERS FOR JUDGE TO SIGN MY DECREE AND HE NOW HAS SENT ME A MSG SAYING HE IS BILLING ME FOR MORE TIME AND TO MEET HIM AT JAIL TOMARROW AT 1 SO I CAN BE SERVED MY ORDER... WHATEVER HE MEANS BY THAT...
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06/24/2015
By: Rita F.
O'regan Sheila L
She is a sorry excuse for a lawyer
07/09/2013
By: victorious3
Crawford Martelia T
If I told my best friend about this place, I would say if you are in any kind of criminal trouble, this is where you want to be!
07/09/2013
By: victorious3
Simpson Donna
Very honest and cares about her clients. The staff is friendly and helpful, and Ms. Simpson is very intelligent and knows the law well. Her office has a wheelchair ramp for clients with disabilities and the office is very charming. The office is right next to Dogwood Park.
04/04/2013
By: jenniferlovettherbranson
Elizabeth Earl McDonald Attorney At Law
BEST attorney ever! Will put in more time than anyone else
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  • You need to ask questions about how the attorney will communicate with you and what responsibilities you hold in the relationship.
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