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By: Jake C.
John T. Fields & Associates
Will fight long and hard for what matters most to you. He helped me get everything i wanted in my case.
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By: Rae J.
Gregg Bridge Atty
I had the privilege of having Gregg as my representative at the beginning of what I thought was going to be a tough custody battle. Gregg went over and beyond for me, made me feel comfortable and at ease. He educated me on the laws. Took time out of his day to be there when he didn't have to. The case was short lived and I couldn't be happier with the outcome. I will continue to refer people to him. As well as keep him as my own attorney here on out.
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By: Geoff D.
Edward David Attorney
Edward has done my taxes and given legal advice for 20 years. He is thorough, knowledgeable and not a corporate suit.
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By: Renad J.
Women's Divorce & Legal Clinic, LLC
The Women's Divorce & Legal Clinic is such an amazing Law office. I can't say enough how happy I am that I had Jamie represent me! She made sure that I was protected and made me feel so comfortable throughout the whole process. I had my divorce done in less than 5 months!
By: Jerry S.
Tabak Law, LLC
my experience with Tabak Law was very rewarding they were very helpful and understanding if had any concerns or questions all i had to do was contact them someone would get back to me right away i got my benefits in six months i appreciate everything they did to help me
By: Karen B.
Women's Divorce & Legal Clinic, LLC
Women's Divorce and & Legal Clinic did a great job representing me foe my divorce. Jaime Young listened to me, heard what I said a fought for me. I could not have asked for a better outcome. My ex husbands attorney tried to come after me for spousal support and Jaime shut that down and I got exactly what I wanted. I will gladly recommend her to my sphere of influence.
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By: Jarnell W.
Anderson Scott F Law Offices
For those of us who can't afford a lawyer and we use public defender Scott Anderson please I beg y'all to ask for a new Lawyer cause Scott is only about his pay check he could care less about his jobw
By: Johnise T.
Tabak Law, LLC
I contacted Tabak, was given an case manager and asked several questions, which I answered to the best of my ability. After which I was told that they would do the rest, and they did. I thank Tabak and will be referring them. They are good and quick
By: Tim W.
Debt Advisors Law Offices Milwuakee
It's been over a month since I paid the money for a bankruptcy. My check is getting garnished and I can't pay rent. I'm going to get evicted from my home. This is the worst place to go to get a bankruptcy done. Very unprofessional!!! DONT GO HERE IF YOU NEED THIS DONE FAST!!!!!
By: Laquisha J.
Tabak Law, LLC
Tabak Law is one of the GREATEST services I have ever used! When it came time to apply for Disability Insurance, they took my information and assured me I had to do nothing else - they would handle all calls, forms, and submissions. I supplied the info they requested and waited. Not only did we win my disability claim but they were successful in obtaining me over 2 years of back payments from the first day i went out on disability. Their service did not stop there. They also worked with me to get the BEST Medicare plan when I became eligible! I highly recommend Tabak Law to anyone who needs this type of assistance.
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