Mcdonnell And Associates in Greenville, SC with Reviews -

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By: stephen.733076
Not sure why people have rated this place this bad but my girlfriend and I both give it 5 stars. I got the pick 2 and got a Turkey Wrap and Crawfish Bisque soup and was very very impressed. First off, I got a full wrap and decent size cup of soup, best value I've found. The veggies were so fresh I'd swear the Chef went out and picked the ingredients from a garden 10 mins before we got there, not to mention the freshest soup I've had out AND its local produce. Whoever rated this food bad needs to stop smoking cigarettes and get there taste buds back, 5 stars * 2!!
By: Reba M.
Ryan Montgomery Law
Mr. Montgomery helped me when no one else did.he made me feel like family,he and his associates are all so nice. Ryan did everything he could to make sure that i wasn't being taken for a fool. And in the end he did just that! I would highly recommend Ryan to anyone. The office has a very "at home' feeling to it,almost as if you weren't even at an attorneys office. I felt that was a good thing, clients can feel more at home and not so much on their toes. Ryan really did a wonderful job. And for that i thank you! -Reba M-
By: alejandroluna88
Nathalie M Morgan
I give a big 5 stars to Nathalie Morgan and all of the staff. I had never done anything like a divorce before but Nathalie was very professional and helpful. She walked me step by step through the entire process and for a very reasonable price!!! I was always able to reach them and was even given a cell phone number by her staff so i could reach them for important matters. I would recommend Nathalie to anyone who needs a quick and painless divorce with minimal effort.
By: Ashley P.
Bannister & Wyatt
I used Bill Bannister for my divorce in 2011. I felt he truly cared for me and my children and fought hard for us. He is a gentleman and an ethical attorney, which is rare in family court cases. He was very generous and considerate of the fact that I did not have a lot of money to spend on attorney fees. He did not do anything unnecessarily to waste time and money. I would never consider any other attorney or law firm to represent me.
By: luissanchezarenas
Nathalie M Morgan
My name is Anthony Fuchs and I would give Nathalie and her staff a big thumbs up. They did exactly what they said they would do to get me through a divorce. Nathalie is very good in the court room and also easy to deal with in the office. I felt like I was given the best advice for my situation, Nathalie was always looking out for my best interest. I would definitely recommend her and her office to anyone needing a family lawyer..
By: Kevin S.
Varner, Kim R
Kim Varner is a great attorney I went through a divorce and glad I had him. I have many attorneys over the years, not here in Greenville. He is down to earth and confident. I talked to other attorneys and left their office not confident that they would have my best interest, all they wanted was a payment and at the end say well I did the best I could. Thank you Tonya for being so sweet. Kevin W Snyder
By: Brandon B.
The Law Office of H. Chase Harbin
During the past few year I have used the Harbin law office for most everything I needed an attorney for. They were promt in services for me and also every understanding of my needs.I was so satisfied that I have sent most all of my friends to them as well. I would recommend the Harbin law office to anyone who wants the best representation there is. Hands down 5 stars!!!!
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By: Jeremy M.
The Woods Law Firm
Wow! I made a mistake, a bad mistake - and was looking at an incredible amount of trouble. I cried that night in my cell, but pulled it together the next day enough to make the wise decision of choosing Freddy Woods ESQ to represent me in a court of law. All I can say about what happened so long ago is now I can breathe easy, sleep better at nights - relax again.
By: Crystal S.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers
George Sink and his team are way more than I expected when I walked into their office. Everyone was kind, empathetic, professional, and offered their best effort in helping me through my case. I couldn't have been happier with the assistance I received, and I would definitely go back to them again if I needed representation.
By: Maryanne W.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers
This Law Firm has always been the go to firm for my family growing up in the low country. Not only do they help with car wrecks, they specialize in work injuries as well and when i was hurt on my job about 2years ago they are the team of professionals that made the process easy as pie. Thanks George Sink keep dialing all 9's
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