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By: Anna C.
Zane M Pic Atty
We have used Zane Pic for the past 10 years for family law in a high conflict case. We have come out ahead in all of our cases. He is very professional and knows the case law very well. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for a new lawyer.
By: futureladycop21
Sedlak Melanie A Pc
Save your money and choose someone else to handle your divorce. Melanie Sedlak took two weeks to respond to my inquiry about how to handle taxes during our proceedings (the IRS doesn’t wait!) and had the nerve to call me 10 minutes before mediation to ask if I wanted her to be present. Of course when I showed up my ex was present with his attorney.... status conference post mediation I called in on time and the court was asking where my attorney was. I was told she was a total tough bulldog but I found little motivation or tough within her. She lazily told me the judge would likely half the debt and didn’t put any effort in. I canned her and got a different attorney.
By: Trayce T.
Hause W Troy
I'd like to ask Andy H. who he used as an attorney and who was the attorney for side? I had a similar experience.
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By: Andy H.
Hause W Troy
This is only my personal experience with this man and should be regarded as such. At our hearing judge Hause was presented with mountains of evidence proving my child's mother to be an unfit parent. They had literally no evidence against myself. Through her testimony it was proven she has moved 9 times in 2 years. Has been in at least 3 relationship which all involved domestic violence. Refused to take a drug test for 2 months (just enough time to get clean) and has never put our daughter's needs before her own. In his ruling he made it clear that his OPINION was that the building of my case as an act of spite. And I failed to put my daughter's best interests ahead of my own in doing so. He put ALL of the evidence aside and ruled that the extremely unstable irrational and unreliable person that is my daughter's mother be awarded primary custody. In doing so he has put my daughter's well being at risk. There was NO logic to his decision. BEWARE JUDGE HAUSE.
By: Bobbie M.
Masters Law Firm Pc
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By: Kyle L.
Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams
Regina always has provided me with thoughtful and well reasoned advise throughout this past year.
By: Jon M.
Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams
Regina has always been very professional, efficient and knowledgeable.
By: Michael S.
Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams
Each complex legal matter was explained to me in a way I could understand.
By: Sharyl P.
Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams
Regina Walsh Adams is a very talented and professional attorney. I am very happy I chose her law firm to handle my case.
By: maryoscar3
Law Office Of Regina Walsh Adams
Regina was efficient, and I enjoyed working with her.
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