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By: Roger K.
Artusa Law Firm
Santo is an excellent lawyer who fought hard for me in court. I was very impressed by how everywher3e he went people stopped and greeted him in the courtrooms
By: Odell R.
Artusa Law Firm
Mr. Artusa is a crazy caring attorney that goes all the way for his clients. I hired him after seeing him in court for another case. He is very passionate about his cases and I am very happy for all he did for me and my son.
By: Marcel F.
The Law Offices of Joel Silberman,LLC
Thank you for your hard work. You have helped me beyond what I have expected. You are a sincere and passionate criminal defense lawyer. I am glad I chose you to represent me.
By: Tim B.
Sandra Rizzo Attorney at Law
We used Sandra for both the sale and purchase transactions. Overall, it was a very positive experience and we highly recommend her. My wife and I are not well experienced in real estate transactions (this was the 1st time we sold and 2nd time we bought). Sandra made extra efforts to ensure we were comfortable and understood everything we were committing to. It was quite clear from the beginning that she knew her stuff. We met a few other lawyers before deciding on Sandra and one of the key deciding factors was that we didn't want the other party of the transaction to have Sandra representing them against us :) Real estate is never easy - at one point, we were considering purchasing a short sale and again Sandra provided great guidance through that process as well. She understands the local real estate market well and we she was more than happy to provide us much needed insight when key decision points in the transactions arose. Her expertise in negotiating was often on display, particularly in her responses to inspection / closing credits (on both sale and buy). Her carefully crafted responses and strong efforts saved us quite a bit of money. Finally, we also wanted to know that Sandra was very up front with her fees and we were charged as agreed. Overall, we found Sandra very easy to work with and very responsive. We would highly recommend her and most definitely use her again in the future. As a related note, we also use Marge Crimmons as a realtor on both transactions. They make an excellent team - great balance and excellent advice.
By: Martin L.
The Law Offices of Joel Silberman,LLC
I am very happy with the services I received from the Law Office of Joel Silberman, LLC. When our son was arrested for a crime, we had no clue what to do or where to turn. We were so relieved when we hired criminal defense attorney Joel Silberman. He explained everything that was going to happen. He was always available to answer our questions and address any concerns. We highly recommend Mr. Silberman. He was a true professional at all times!
By: Ginz C.
Sandra Rizzo Attorney at Law
Sandra Rizzo might be the most unprofessional person I have ever worked with. We hired her as our attorney for the purchase of our home. She was completely unresponsive, made an otherwise ordinary purchase difficult and made excuse upon excuse for her inability to perform her duties. She didn't even show up to our closing and sneaked in extra fees into the HUD. Because she wasn't at the closing, we couldn't confront her and decided to eat the cost so the deal could go through. Very slimy person, untrustworthy, unresponsive, and will take advantage of you if she can. If these are the qualities your looking for in a lawyer then you should hire her, otherwise you can pick literally any lawyer in a phone book and I'm confident they would be better than her. To give you context I normally don't write bad reviews, we were well qualified purchasers, and we were very friendly with the seller. This was a slam dunk transaction that Sandra made painful. DON'T HIRE HER.
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By: Alen D.
Law Office of Karim Arzadi ESQ
Karim Arzadi; A Perth Amboy attorney has represented me and family.I highly recommend him for personal injury and car accident matters.Jennifer Cruz
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By: Mithun T.
Sheldon F Margolis ESQ
BEWARE!!!!PLZ STAY AWAY from this attorney, my recent experience with him for a COOP deal was nothing but an EXORBITANT NIGHTMARE. Highly non-responsive, myriad follow-ups and appalling customer service. He charged me $750 (Attorney fee) for a deal which fell through in between with NO fault of mine. Also, he lied to me stating TITLE/LIEN search service is needed by my bank for loan closure and he charged me $685 for it,however, when i confirmed with my bank, it WASN'T really necessary. I lost total $1435 for a coop deal which didn't even go through and Mr. Sheldon Margolis was of NO HELP. I feel cheated and looted. I would NEVER EVER recommend him.***STAY AWAY***
By: William C.
James McCaffery, Esq.
He provides outstanding, caring support and adds a personal touch. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to friends and family for all their real estate legal matters.
By: Wendy L.
Law Offices of Anthony Carbone
Great attorney -- he helped me with my case and was kind and considerate to my needs. I don't know what I would have done without his help!
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