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02/05/2017
By: David J.
Altieri Gilmore LLP Attorneys
They handled my Lee's Summit divorce recently. Very good outcome for me thank you Dana and Mark. My case was not easy and they hanled it like it was a walk in the park!
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12/10/2016
By: James W.
Carter & Putnam LLC
These two are top notch! Not only are they extremely professional, they are very kind. At no point will they make you feel belittled or lower than them like other lawyers will. They handle all situations with delicacy and expertise. They have also been very willing to work with me in times of struggle and haven't changed their approach do to this. I will always use Carter & Putnam, just as the rest of my family does!
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09/08/2016
By: Josh L.
The Simpkins Lawfirm
We hired Cheri about 2 years ago for the adoption of our oldest little girl. Cheri kept in constant contact with us throughout the process and made sure that we felt like we were part of the process. Our paperwork was filed correctly the first time and we were able to expedite the final hearings. We thought she did such a great job handling the first case that we hired her for our second adoption. Things went just as smooth and we highly recommend her services, especially if you need an attorney willing to fight for you.
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05/24/2016
By: Jennifer H.
The Haggerty Law Firm
Quality Estate Planning-Reasonably Priced. The Haggerty Law Firm took the time to understand what it is that I wanted to do for my heirs.
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04/08/2016
By: Steve W.
Barker III, Frank P
This honest and ethical lawyer has handled all areas of my law needs and would highly recommend. I have over twenty years of experience working with this person.
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01/18/2016
By: Tanya C.
Altieri Gilmore LLP Attorneys
They have been handling my daughter's traffic ticket and have done a great job so far. It's not quite completed but I don't anticipate any problems before it's done. They saved her from having stipulations for another year and us from increased insurance premiums. Thanks guys!
09/28/2015
By: Melissa P.
Carter & Putnam LLC
Highly recommend Denise Carter. For the simple fact she listened to me and let me make my own decision with all the facts to chose how to proceed.
01/27/2015
By: Carmen J.
Altieri Gilmore LLP Attorneys
These guys were amazing. I had been waiting for close to a year to receive my settlement from a serious accident I was in, and Altieri Gilmore and her team were able to finalize a generous settlement after only a few weeks! Many thanks to Altieri Gilmore for their swift and hard work!
11/25/2014
By: Kay W.
Carter & Putnam LLC
excellent attorneys. Very happy. They did a great job on my case and I will recommend to anyone.
11/03/2014
By: Danna S.
Carter & Putnam LLC
Denise represented me on several cases and I was very satisfied. She was approachable and handled my cases very well. I was very happy with the outcome. I have and will continue to recommend her to friends and family.
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