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By: Heather jean elsie lincoln B.
Vsi Law Group PLLC
Corrupt fraudster over billing City of Fife over $700,000 annually for 3 decades (comparable sized cities pay around $50,000 annually). Combs was fired from the City of Black Diamond for over billing and the City of Fife should put an end to three decades of corruption. Loren Combs has been accused by "current and former [Black Diamond] officials" of multiple infractions, including "significant over billing, double billing and possible fraud," as stated in a letter from state Rep. Chris Hurst (D-Greenwater) to state Auditor Brian Sonntag.
By: Milton W.
Luce & Associates, PS
Unthinkable, unremarkable, unethical, slimy. Hired for estate planning, and ** LOST A WILL ** sued the kids for $100K over his sloppy probate. Drinks too much. Family attorney for 40+ years, turned on everyone to profit and make money for hiss running buddies. Malpractice level bad. Key Bank Milton, Tom ONeal, Corey Wilkins, Keith Hoon, Jim Mickelson are some boys club running his scams. Obsessed with blonde twins.
By: Jim M.
Luce & Associates, PS
Well qualified and cost conscious. Highly recommend. the whole staff is on target and were really a big help to our family.
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By: houstonhomes
Luce & Associates, PS
Untrustworthy, attorney Ken Luce somehow "lost" my late-mother's will and duped her when she was terminally sick that he'd carry out her final wishes. He did not and his negligence has caused much unresolved turmoil within our family and cannot recommend theor services.
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