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By: mhughes0379
Ana Basora Walker, Attorney at Law
Hmm... I don't know what the last reviewer's issue is, but rest assured that I don't work for Ana and will gladly give her 5 stars. I hired her to handle a nasty divorce case and custody battle for a great friend of mine. My friend had gone through 2 attorneys and was continuing to get harassed and bullied, the children were being abused and put in the middle by the other party, etc. The proceedings and abuse had dragged on for 18 months or so. I paid for the consultation with Ana and was very impressed. The price for the case was a bit hefty, but she was worth every penny. After I hired her, I felt confident that everything would be taken care of properly, and she didn't disappoint. :) Highly recommended attorney.
By: Heather M.
George Miller Attorney At Law
Mr. Miller did a phenomenal job for me on my divorce! My top priority was the safety of my child and he really helped with that as well as everything else you would expect & deserve. He was both knowledgeable and professional. .... I started my divorce with another lawyer, Dutcher. Dutcher acted knowledgeable and motivated but then did nothing. Only thing he was good at was avoiding my calls and making excuses. I paid him in full and got nothing. I gave up on him after 4 years. I should have given up earlier but I had a lot of money invested. I was hoping for the best. After I let him go as my lawyer, I hired Mr. Miller. So glad someone referred me to him!
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By: Chris M.
Sullivan Law Office
Sullivan is one of the best lawyers I have ever encountered. He really knows how to win a case. He is up front honest and tells you how it is. He counsels you when you need it and breaks it down to where you can understand. I will and would recommend him to all who need a lawyer.
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By: Joy T.
Aimee Vardeman, Attorney at Law
Aimee Vardeman represented my children and i. She is very down to earth and professional. Aimee has gone above and beyond to help me and my family on more than one occasion.
By: mbrahms
R Keith Jennings Attorney At Law
If you need help this is the man to call. He is the best lawyer that you could ever have. He would go that extra mile to help you. God Bless you and your family.....
Tips & Advices
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When you hire a lawyer, you're agreeing to work with someone over a certain period of time. The more forthcoming the lawyer appears to be with individual needs, the better.
  • You need to ask questions about how the attorney will communicate with you and what responsibilities you hold in the relationship.
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