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07/17/2017
By: Julie D.
Law Office of John T Orcutt
My experience with John Orcutt's law office was back in 2012, and it was excellent. Like others here, I was treated with compassion, understanding, and respect. I'm now referring a friend because of their professionalism. Five years later, I'm out of the woods and my credit score is up to 730, and rising!
07/06/2017
By: Abs B.
Ekstrand And Ekstrand
Mr. Ekstrand collected fees and then did nothing on our case for a period of 4 months. He would ignore phone calls and emails and provided no answers to our questions. We requested a refund and he has not responded to those requests either. He has just compounded our issues because he is unethical and indifferent.
03/18/2017
By: Becky S.
Law Office of John T Orcutt
My name is Becky S., I had the pleasure of working with April in the Durham office. She is one of the most professional and kind person I have ever met. She made a stressful and difficult time much easier. Thank you April and your office for all your help.
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02/07/2017
By: Betty S.
Speight Law Firm PC
Go here if you want honest, professional, reasonable.I didn't know attorneys like Mr. Speight still existed!
01/20/2017
By: Kathy R.
Law Office of John T Orcutt
To The Law Office of John T Orcutt:To all a great team! Thank you for showing such kindness and respect, it is a difficult time for me, and you all make this transition very comforting with no worrying about the bills or getting my case file in timely manner, before things got worse. Thanks to Megan's for great effort in helping get all of my paperwork together for my case. If anyone is looking for a fresh start in life I would be sure to refer them to your office. Sincerely yours. Ms. Kathy Riley.
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09/10/2016
By: Stanley F.
Law Office of John T Orcutt
Me and my wife experience with April Ayscue was great. She is so professional in her job, that everything was so easy. She made us felt very relax in explaining our Bankruptcy case. I would recommend friends and family to April for the job that she does. April is a real professional paralegal.
07/07/2016
By: Susie W.
Speight Law Firm PC
They helped me clean up my record from when I was young and dumb and they were helpful, polite, professional and eager to please. They treated me like more than a customer and more like someone who they really cared about.
06/23/2016
By: Joseph F.
Law Office of John T Orcutt
My experience with this law firm was just wonderful my paralegal April Ayscue was very professional and more than that she was understanding and not judgemental and helped me with all my paperwork thanks to her all went well and my case had no trouble moving thu the court.thank you Mr. Orcutt for being smart enough to hire people like April she was a god send to me.
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05/24/2016
By: Leesa T.
Pokrass, Tyler S, JD
Excellent Attorney and Legal Assistant! Looking for outstanding representation call Tyler and Lori!
05/16/2016
By: Samantha C.
Speight Law Firm PC
Mr. Speight has helped me and my family many many times. He is the cheapest in town and has always gotten me and my familys cases dismissed or reduced. We refer all our friends.
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