Debt Settlement Attorney in Fort Walton Beach, Florida with Reviews - YP.com

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09/10/2016
By: Michael F.
Arrowood Law Firm
We retained the sevices of Arrowood law firm late in the legal process concerning guardianship of an elderly friend, so time was of the essence,.There was a mound of legal documents to wade through. Mr Arrowood and his staff quickly go up to speed understanding the sense of urgency of his client abtaining legal counsel on such short notice, not only was he supportive, knowledgeable, and professional, he provided information of the legal process she was facing, encouraged her input and listen to what she had to say. When we went to trial attorney Arrowood not only came in prepared but his experience as trial lawyer really came through on cross examination. The office staff whom are responsive, and were genuinely concerned about there client made us feel comfortable and hopeful from the first day that we walked into the office. Our family and friends are truly grateful and sincerely want to thank Mr Arrowood and his office staff for an excellent job. God Bless You! Michael Flynn
04/06/2016
By: Heather W.
Mark S Rubin, Atty
There are so many positive adjectives I could use to describe Mr. Lathem. Although, he has only counseled me a few times in the past he has proven to be very knowledgeable and passionate about his job. He offered many options and gave me great insight toward how he would handle my case, if I chose that route and would need his services. One thing I do know about Mr. Lathem is he's very straight forward with his answers to your questions and if it's something he can’t handle he is honest about the situation at hand. It's hard to find an individual who shows more integrity, honesty, warmth, and genuine concern towards his clients in this type of career field. The best endorsement I can give; is that I would not hesitate to use his services in the future (if needed) or recommend him to a friend (or even a perfect stranger.)
02/03/2017
By: Pj B.
Simpson Law Firm
I am very pleased with the assistance I received from David as his client. I found him to be an exception advocate in my behalf. The service and advice he provided during the whole process was solid and professional.I would not hesitate to recommend him.
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02/07/2016
By: Anne W.
J. Mark Fisher, P.A., Attorneys at Law
Mr. Fisher is a very knowledgeable and efficient lawyer, who I believe has his client's best interest at heart. I would highly recommend him, and his firm to friends and family.
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