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03/11/2017
By: Josie T.
Mike Kelly Law Group
Car accident, pleased with services, very professional manner, Happy with results of the outcome of our case
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11/23/2016
By: Marie G.
Gardner Law Office
I moved down to South Carolina last year and had trouble with my landlord shortly after. I was living in a house with roommates. We were paying rent and utilities without issue. About three months in, the landlord sold the house out from under us without saying a word. Suddenly we were told that we had to leave the house immediately, which violated the lease. None of us made enough to pay a huge deposit on a new place. Thinking we were going to be homeless, someone at work recommended Gardner Law. We thought it was a long shot but Lex Gardner was able to get us more than we could ever expect. He was wonderful and handled things quickly and efficiently.
11/22/2016
By: Dean M.
Gardner Law Office
I spoke to a number of lawyers in Charleston, Georgetown, and Myrtle Beach before finding gold! These first communications were rude, short, and couldn't help me. One claimed they could but only if I paid a ton of money. I looked online and found Mr. Cheevin "Lex" Gardner. I called and was greeted by a friendly voice who took my information. The paralegal who spoke to me was understanding and extremely friendly. She acknowledged I had a difficult immigration case but it was not hopeless. Less than an hour later, Attorney Gardner called me back. He asked questions none of the others thought to ask and was very respectful. When I met him at his office, the staff was friendly, knowledgeable and professional. They even asked if I minded the company of their therapy dog. She was small but oh so much comfort for my wife. We are still working with Lex to get our immigration issue settled but he has walked us through everything and kept us very informed. We are just waiting on the government now.
11/22/2016
By: Angie L.
Gardner Law Office
Attorney Lex Gardner is extremely trustworthy and knowledgeable. He is thorough and honest with his clients. If he doesn't think it will work, he will tell you but he also looks at other options available. I went to him for Bankruptcy and was worried about judgment. I had gone to another attorney for a consultation and was treated like dirt. Mr. Gardner was a true gentleman. He understood my situation and was there for me from start to finish. Whenever I had any questions, he or his team would answer quickly. I would recommend Lex for anyone going through the stress of debt and bankruptcy.
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11/03/2016
By: Marie G.
Gardner Law Office
I saw their ad is the Advertising Unlimited paper and decided to use them for my Bankruptcy! Best decision ever. They were kind, helpful, and extremely informative. They made the anxiety attacks and stress disappear completely. (It also helped they have a small dog there sometimes...it was a great therapy animal). I would strongly recommend Gardner Law in the future to anyone!
10/04/2016
By: Amy B.
Long & Millsaps PA
This attorney's office does not represent their clients they only file paperwork for closings. If there is anything different or wrong with your purchase or sale they will not explain anything or help you with anything. They represent the agent even though the agent isn't the one paying them. They aren't the cheapest either if you are just looking for a deal. Using this law firm cost me several thousands of dollars in a bad deal. My advise would be to choose a different law firm one that will represent your behalf and file your paperwork and will probably do it for what this firm charges just to file your paperwork.
09/02/2016
By: Mitch S.
Mullins Jennifer A
Upon contacting Ms. Mullins she was very nice and said she would help me with simply re-titling and filing a property deed. After sending all documents needed to do this she just went away not responding or returning e-mails. Not very professional. Thankfully there are many more attorneys willing to help.
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08/12/2016
By: D C.
Long & Millsaps PA
The buyer of my house used this firm. They were late with everything!! Communicated very poorly and were extremely rude when we stopped in to pick up our check!! Don't use them if you want an on time closing and people that are not rude!!
05/06/2016
By: Laurie K.
Lester & Lester Pa Attorneys at Law
I've recommended the attorneys at Lester & Lester to my friends many times because I know that they'll receive the same great service I have.
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02/01/2016
By: George C.
Grammer Law Firm PC
Honest, aggressive and definitely worth the money. Will shoot you straight and was a cop so he has paid his dues.
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