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10/05/2017
By: Charlie G.
W. Marshall LaFar, Attorney At Law
Having graduated high school with Marshall, I knew him to be of high moral character. Through the years he has worked for me on several closings and given sound advice concerning my business dealings and established my Limited Liability Corporation status. He comes from an old established family in the Gaston County area and has honored his family name with stellar work ethics over the years. He is the greatest!!Charlie GholsonDallas, NC
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06/29/2017
By: Mo N.
Hoyle Larry G
This a humble man who really tries to put everyone's best interest at heart, he is hard working, dedicated to his job and if u hire him as and attorney he will not steer u wrong, he has not let us down once since we have dealt with him, I would recommend him in a heartbeat to anyone who has a case going on and if he can't help u I am pretty sure he will refer u 2 someone who can because that is just the kind of man he is, This man is in his office most days by 7am and in court by 830 am for hearings, but he still takes his time to have u come into his office and meet with him and he listens to what u have to say without the rude and snobbiness offish attitude that most lawyers have, he is not into drama and making things ugly n a courtroom either because he is a christian man, but he will go all the way to bat for u in a way that makes more sense than making it more a more escalated and heated atmosphere, he tries to defuse and mediate things between parties for best interest in his cases, he does family law and criminal law, n before I ever met him I heard some really nice things about him, but never in a million yrs thought I would run into him like I did and that he would be working on a case for me as well, but when God brings you to it he brings u through it! and when I prayed he brought me to a person who I felt great with retaining! Thanks to him for all his hard work dedication and humbleness to others, that kinda attitude takes u so far in life with plp and favor..........
06/09/2017
By: Pamela W.
Charles K. Hubbard
Mr Hubbard is th best lawyer and friend ive had for th past 18 or so yrs its caus of him tht i got my life together so i can say he is a great lawyer an a great ���� thank you PAWalker
11/18/2016
By: Nick M.
McIlveen Family Law Firm
I couldn't be more happy with my decision to work with McIlveen Family Law Firm. I came from a large corporation and had my hesitations when deciding to take my career path to a locally owned and operated business. I was pleasantly surprised when I began down this career path. The environment is not what you would expect out of a building full of lawyers. I expected a lot of big egos and cold shoulders. I found the exact opposite. I found a team of employees that were eager and willing to help me learn the business to ensure I was successful. I found attorneys that are humble and have their own unique personalities. Best of all, I found people who are passionate about what they do and chose their career paths so they can make a difference in the lives of the people that live in their community. I couldn't be happier.
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11/15/2016
By: karen.jameson3
McIlveen Family Law Firm
I can not even begin to express my appreciation for Sean McIlveen and the entire staff at McIlveen Family Law Firm! Throughout the past 17 months, Sean has not only been an amazing attorney, but also a friend. Being a victim of domestic violence, I will never forget the support and words of encouragement that I received from the entire staff at the firm and how much it meant to me during such a difficult period in my life. I really appreciated the continual communication with Sean, as well as his paralegal and other staff members, as well as their thoughtfulness. I would highly recommend Sean and Angela to anyone who is a facing a divorce, child custody issues, equitable distribution, etc... I am very pleased with the results I received during my case, and I continually recommend McIlveen Family Law Firm to all of my friends and family. Jennifer Fredell
02/25/2016
By: Tammy H.
Morrow & Britton, PLLC
Mr. Britton gave me such wonderful advice regarding my parent's Estate and what to do. Also, I received great advice pertaining to my siblings and my inheritance. He also helped me with real estate that was left to me as the executor and how to move forward with it..Thank you! Well worth it.
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01/24/2016
By: Virginia D.
East Garrison Baptist Church Gastonia
If you are hunting a church that has the Word preached and good old gospel songs sung. Let's not forget the warm friendly welcome from our group. We are small but like a family. We would love to have you come and help us to gr
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11/23/2015
By: Irene P.
Street, Nicholas
My family is blessed to have found Ronald Shook. He works fast and efficiently and works with you the best he can. I would recommend him to people I know. He's reasonable and made me feel comfortable as soon as I walked into his office.
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07/13/2015
By: Angie H.
East Baptist Church
We went to this church this morning and really enjoyed the music and the preaching everyone was so nice they even fed us we will be going back
07/06/2014
By: Maria F.
Grace Baptist Church
This is a giant family church they care for everyone
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