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By: Janis B.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
Attorney Griffin was on time when he arrived, was very nice but remained professional, and he answered every question I could think of.
By: Jake C.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
I love that Andrew H. Griffin is bilingual for clients of English and Spanish speaking decent and his staff is awesome.
By: Janice S.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
I call the Law offices of Andrew Griffin III for all my legal needs. Don't make the mistake of thinking you can take the law into your own hands.
By: Naomi W.
Lightfoot Organic Vitality Experience of Wellness Center
I have not been but a few of my friends have seen her speak a few places. I'm interested in how she does her services and is it worth it?
By: Cordatra P.
Lightfoot Organic Vitality Experience of Wellness Center
It was great she was very knowledgeable and professional, place was a little small though but I will definitely be continuing to work with her on the things in my life I need changing.
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By: Natalie T.
Dimensions Property Mgmt & Real Estate Sales Inc
Asbestos removal and our staff involve the contractor to resolve the issue of asbestos in your home and buildings, we put our knowledge and experience with great materials to get rid of asbestos from your properties of poison keep away you and your family safe healthy, since the problem arises at the time. Asbestos removal.Society involvement of asbestosWe are able to proud to be involved in our society, furnish the our service with asbestos removal against bad asbestos, asbestos is a construction materials that would be potentially have a serious effect on the health, this is why asbestos removal can ban it remove it.https://www.amacinc.com/asbestos_removal.html
By: Randy P.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
Our attorney here was absolutely fantastic! Everything was great, from keeping me informed to communication.
By: Chad B.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
My experience with the Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III, has been very pleasant. I highly recommend his services.
By: Fred Y.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
Andrew H. Griffin offered me everything I expected and more! They also gave me thoughtful and well-reasoned advice about everything! Easy 5 stars!
By: Ronnie B.
Law Offices of Andrew H. Griffin III
They returned every call and answered every email and question very promptly and professionally.
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If you sign documents and you come across a word you don't recognize, or you need help to navigate important employment or real estate paperwork. Also, during times when personal matters intersect with legal proceedings, you might need to have an advocate to prevent your emotions from getting in the way. If you've been accused of a crime or are in a terrible financial situation, you can find an attorney who will work with what you have available.
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