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By: David C.
Aimee Vardeman, Attorney at Law
As important as a child's well being should be, this was not nor ever was priority to Aimee. She took my money, filed paper work, but never followed through. When asked after all these years why she never finished my case, she replied with "we ran out of money for the case." She never once phoned me, asked for more money nor anything. My case and best interests of my child were ignored. To this day due to the Lawton court system, and how corrupt it is, and attorneys with no follow through, there has been NO resolution to my case. And who has suffered the most is my child who now suffers from PAS, from HAP (Hostile Aggressive Parenting). The mental abusive, and alienation is severe, and my daughter will more than likely suffer from the outcome all the way into adulthood and more. I do not recommend this attorney. Seek out someone who cares about you, but more importantly your children.
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!
By: Heather M.
Dutcher Jr, J Blake, JD
If I could give zero stars I would. I paid in full up front and got nothing. He filed my divorce papers but when my ex didn't want to sign he gave me excuse after excuse after excuse. I didn't have a lot of money. I had paid Dutcher way more than enough so I didn't want to pay another lawyer. Eventually I did, (4 years later) & never got my money back from Dutcher. I got George Miller and was divorced in less than a year. (it was not an easy divorce). Mr. Miller did a phenomenal job! 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.
By: Helen B.
Dutcher Jr, J Blake, JD
I had to fire Mr Dutcher on the grounds of absolutely no communication or interest from him or his staff . They accepted my payment in cash and over a month later they never attempted to contact me. I, however, phoned his office once a week and was told on 2 separate occasions by the paralegal that she was too busy for me. I needed to find someone who was not too busy for me. My money was refunded.
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By: Cindy B.
Newcombe Redman Ross Newcombe Inc
Newcombe called our office in another county. Was upset that a phone call wasn't returned. When he asked how long the present DA has worked here I told him I wasn't sure. His reply " well you work there don't you?" That smartass comment was not needed nor appreciated. I will be reporting to the bar association.
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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.
By: Bren B.
Newcombe Redman Ross Newcombe Inc
It is sad when an attorney lies to the judge and misrepresents his own client and withholds evidence to gain control of an estates assets. I terminated Mr. Bob Ross and would NOT recommend him.
By: Bren B.
Doolin John William Atty
"Good Ole Boy" law practice in Lawton, OK, at its finest! Mr. Doolin will go above and beyond the law to get the job done... Conflict of Interest, no problem! Lie, no problem! Represent both sides, no problem! Mr. Doolin represented a housekeeper by issuing her a POA and also represented her at an eviction hearing. Then, turned around and represented the Special Representative of the Estate who pursued an eviction against said housekeeper. Will the courts agree that this a conflict of interest?
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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: Tabe C.
Newcombe Redman Ross Newcombe Inc
Avoid this attorney. The staff is horrible, knowledge of family law is low. Lies and will take your money, but does nothing. Avoid!!!!!
Tips & Advices
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