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08/13/2012
By: tracy.w.williams.9
Law Office Of Tamika L. Fluker
She has been great for me! Here's my 2 cent. I was referred to Tamika Fluker earlier this year because my sons donor left us in the middle of the night after 25 years of marriage. She not only hired a private investigator to find the Loser we also dragged his Bleep to court. Now he's behind bars lifting weights with bubba!(STALKER). She was the 3rd attorney I hired to get this punk! She was the only one who could see past my hate for this Man and get to what my rights were. Our family attorney told me that if I fight him he will take my kids. Not Tamika, she worked with me and educated me regarding my rights and she fought his team of Attorneys by herself and we WON!! By the way my friend is a Dad.. Father of 3 he said she was the best Attorney he has hired also. Just my 2 cents.
08/11/2014
By: Col J.
Law Office Of Tamika L. Fluker
I'm very happy with the result! MY Divorce is final! No Alimony and No retirement! 30 yr Military Vet. We were married for 3 years and she cheated! She thought she deserved my retirement and alimony. Thanks to Ms. Fluker She Got Nothing!! My attorney before her said I would have to pay... WOW
04/03/2016
By: Brandon C.
Ricky, W Morris Jr PC
Complete control when Mr. Morris enters the court room..and he knows exactly who to talk to , and what to say..I was headed to a 20 year sentence, and with his influence he had them work with him and get me a 3 do 2.....Thank you Mr. Morris...One great attorney......
03/07/2016
By: Greg T.
Law Office Of Tamika L. Fluker
My Ex-Wife tried to take/move with my kids out of state. I see my kids every other weekend and we are close. She helped me understand the law and we went to court. It took some time but Now my kids live with me! I couldn't be happier with the outcome.
08/10/2013
By: jennifery.
Jeff D. Anderson, Attorney at Law
Mr. Anderson is an experienced trial attorney with a history of success. He provides every client with superior representation.
06/23/2014
By: Velinda J.
Cooper, Leanne P
Would Not recommend her! Sorry!
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