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  • 1.Wilbert Service

    432 Noble Rd


    14.82 mi

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By: Irina S.
Damon Hopkins Law
I have never met a better lawyer than Attorney Mr. Hopkins. He would not hesitate to tell me when he had to curb his action based on his firm's policies and procedures. I was always informed when Damon was my attorney and I always felt like my case was in very good hands, I was treated like family and was provided the upmost sincere advise. I would highly recommend to anyone going through a divorce.
By: Robert L.
Elderkin Law Firm
I currently have Stacy K. Baltz as my lawyer she is extremely hard working and does her research. I have never had a problem she has not been able to address. I got what I asked for in custody with her and would gladly use her for the years to come. She will work hard for you as well. Hope this help you in making your decision. Best of luck to you.
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By: Robert S.
Susmarski Law Offices
Ron has been handling all of my business affairs since 1988.I have developed a friendship with him and staff. He always looks out for my best interests and my family's. always a pleasure to see him and always satisfied with his work. I rate him as highly recommended
By: rory.kriest
Law Offices Of Joseph Aguglia
joe was an awsome mouthpiece he proved my innocence.i would positively reccommend his skills to any and everyone.!!!
By: Joseph A.
Aguglia Joseph
Great attorney to deal with. Helped me in my bankruptcy where no other attorney could
By: Diane L.
Graml Michael J Atty
very good attorney. has help us alot.
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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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