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By: Susan C.
Evans Tamra J
Atty. Evans helped my friends apply for permanent residency. Besides the fact that she is very knowledgeable, she made herself available, was always compassionate and kind to her clients, and worked very hard in their behalf. They and I will use her again in the future and highly recommend her!
By: Ben D.
Lax & Truax
Professionalism is a term that should be understood by all "educated' and "evolved" humans. With that I bid you luck!
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By: George C.
Bruce S. Gordon, Your Family Lawyer
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By: O S.
Costello and McCormack P.C. Attorneys At Law
I have worked with this firm for a few years. I can say that i have been extremely pleased with their services . They have fought for me and my children and have produced outstanding results every time. The advise I get is truly valuable and always in my best interests. They put their clients needs first and work tirelessly to achieve the goals we set out to achieve. Both Kieran and Claire are simply amazing , their work ethic, integrity, honesty, conscientiousness are above reproach.They keep in regular contact with their clients. Thanks to Kieran and Claire, me and my children are in a much better situation, emotionally and financially than I was before i engaged their services.These guys are The Best, Top notch attorneys period !!!
By: Danielle G.
Law Office of Susan Kohn
Attorney Susan Kohn is a wonderful Real Estate Lawyer. She is very attentive and is always on top of her clients needs. Susan Kohn is a super lawyer to me! I would recommend her to anyone in need of a Real Estate Attorney. She has been so helpful and understanding through my entire journey with her! Give her a call !!! Danielle G
By: Nancy C.
Costello and McCormack P.C. Attorneys At Law
When you work with this firm, you get the help of everyone. I believe this is why I got the outcome I received which was in my favor. It shows a lot about an office that can work together and can establish different and yet optimal plans of action for their clients. Highly recommended for family cases.
By: B J.
Lax & Truax
My situation was similar to the other reviewers. I believe that she isn't very compassionate. She seemed to not care about my case. I believe she even overcharged me for things. Some of the things she billed me for didn't even pertain to my case. When I spoke with her she just continued to bill me and told me that she wouldn't reduce the bill.
By: truaxstolemymoney
Lax & Truax
I was attorney Truax's client, and she was really a super greedy lawyer. She took our money but never worked for us. She seemed does not care about our issues, as she avoided to appear in the court for the important matters, but was so active coming to the court for irrelevant matters. She charged us ridiculous and questionable bill. She never resolved anything but had her pocket so full. She is such an ugly woman both in heart and in face.
By: nogothere
Lax & Truax
I would not recommend Attorney Louise Truax. Attorney Louise Truax is so inappropriate it is beyond shocking. Attorney Louise Truax desperately needs to find a heart. Attorney Louise Truax will divide your family into so many puzzle pieces leaving your children fragmented and broken hearted.
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