Best 30 Lawyer in Denton, TX with Reviews - YP.com

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06/15/2013
By: davidg58829
Law Offices of Tim Powers
Tim Powers is an outstanding attorney. He is representing me in a drug delivery case in Denton County. He is most knowledgeable and extremely reliable. He has been dependable and trustworthy. Although I live out of state, Mr. Powers and his office have successfully kept me up to speed on the progress of my case. I started out being very impatient and wanted immediate closure. Tim told me that the better results take a long time and I needed to be patient. He was absolutely right. It took over 4 months to have the drugs tested by the state lab and once the results were known my attorney went in "battle mode." The results couldn't have been better. I was informed this week the case had been dismissed. I was facing up to 20 years in prison and couldn't be more relieved. He is the only one to have represent you if you get arrested in Denton County.
06/15/2013
By: robert17a
Law Offices of Tim Powers
A great attorney. My domestic violence case wen to trial last week and I was so glad I had Tim Powers beside me. The district attorney wouldn't budge with a plea offer that was reasonable, so I had no choice but to take the case to trial. I would have lost my job if I had been convicted. Tim Powers is a fantastic trial attorney. He made the county attorney look like a 3rd grade student and she never saw what was coming. He build a strong defense and convinced the jury there was no proof beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury agreed and although they were out for over two hours deliberating -- the verdict of "not guilty couldn't have been sweeter. Tim Powers is a hero in my eyes. His entire office was the best choice I could have made.
05/29/2013
By: michela1041
Law Offices of Tim Powers
After being inundated with advertisement letters, from my DWI arrest - I spoke to three attorneys in the area about my case. I tried to select carefully and chose the one that predicted the best outcome for my case. After a couple of months, it was obvious this attorney was all fluff and no substance. He told me the best I could get was probation and tried to talk me into pleading guilty .I had lost all confidence in him and also found out he had been fired from the DA’s office about a year earlier. I then hired Tim Powers. Tim and his office were spectacular. It took months to get the result I wanted. The Law Office of Tim Powers believed in me any my case and I finally received the dismissal I deserved. Fantastic team.
05/30/2013
By: kpl905
Law Offices of Tim Powers
Tim Powers - Best Attorney in the County When I was arrested for DWI in Denton. I had no idea who to hire for my defense attorney. That's when a very trusting friend told me to call Tim Powers, and it turned out to be the best advice possible. When I met with Tim and gave him the details about the arrest he suggested that we set up for a jury trial and plead not guilty. After two and one half days of trial the jury acquitted me of the DWI charge. Tim deflated the states case and proved that the police officer failed to perform the tests correctly that he used as evidence against me. Timi s truly an expert DWI lawyer and I would recommend him to anyone that wants to win!
10/11/2013
By: patches94
Denton Bankruptcy Attorney Richard Weaver
great attorney, was able to get my stuff resolved so that we could move out of town, we were able to stop our foreclosure, get a renter in our home to cover the mortgage and the trustee payment and move to where we were able to get better jobs.I trust these guys, they were very kind to us. When I tried to reaffirm a debt, he told me I was crazy lol, it turns out it's good he told us that because the car had major problems only a month after we started the bankruptcy, and thank goodness I didn't reaffirm the debt because now we just surrendered the car and we're able to get into a more reliable car now that we're done with the bankruptcy.
06/16/2013
By: michael1976a
Law Offices of Tim Powers
Mr. Powers helped me through a very tough time. He got me the outcome I wanted and explained things through out the process. I will recommend him to my friends and family. I believe his experience and knowledge make set him apart from the rest. I met with several attorneys in Denton County before making my decision on which one to choose. I am so glad that I chose Tim Powers’ office to represent me. It was a tough experience to endure over two years, but it couldn’t have worked out better.
04/26/2011
By: krum141
Sarah Roland, Attorney at Law
Fantastic lawyer! Sarah answered all my questions and helped me through the entire legal process. If you want to plea a deal out go to another lawyer, but if you want to get the best representation you can get in Denton County then Sarah is the lawyer I would choose.
09/20/2013
By: tricia.claiborne
Law Office of Sharon L WILSON PLLC
Sharon worked diligently and quickly to get the outcome I had hoped for without having to go through a long drawn out court / trial. Her rate is fair and her services go above and beyond! I couldn't be more pleased with her work.
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07/28/2015
By: Melissa S.
Law Offices of Tim Powers
Law Offices of Tim Powers and the staff are very efficient and friendly people. They got our tax situation settled and were a pleasure to work with. They were always quick to answer questions, and return phone calls or emails.
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07/28/2015
By: Theresa P.
Law Offices of Tim Powers
Timothy Edward and his entire team at Law Offices of Tim Powers took great care of me throughout the divorce process. My case was not the easiest to handle, but they did a great job.
Tips & Advices
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