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10/04/2017
By: Landon S.
Public Defender's Office
John Todd Taylor is a pro you want in your defense. He helped me out in my time of need. He was understanding and professional. He made everything work out fine for me. Also with affordable rates.
05/02/2017
By: Cindy C.
Law Office of Thomas Strawn
Sad to say that I put myself into a position of going bankrupt but it happened. I am so glad to have found the Law Office of Thomas Strawn. They are so laid back and make you feel comfortable. I was so nervous at first but they put you at ease quickly. I went to the dreaded meeting of the creditors. Thankfully none of them showed :) whew. The attorney Thomas Strawn speaks to you before you go in front of the trustee to let you know what to expect. He also let me go in the meeting room ahead of time so that I could get comfortable with the questions that were being asked of everyone ahead of me. It was a breeze. I am so glad that I chose this attorney. Also, the ladies that work in the attorneys office are all very nice and helpful. Just one word of advice to everyone. Be patient. I called the Law Office so many times but they know what they are doing and they get it done. Thank You Thank You
01/22/2015
By: Bridget F.
Christine A Coronado Attorney At Law
What a winner! This is a fight over an innocent dog and wants so bad to be right but she refuses to admit wrong doing!
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05/24/2013
By: leelo.xoxo
Dyersburg Housing Authority
there are really nice people you talk to and they are really informative, helpful, and understanding
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