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By: Rhonda M.
Andrew Mansfield and his team did a wonderful job helping us resolve our financial issues. They were very friendly & professional. We felt valued and respected during the entire process. They gave us a fresh start. I couldn't be more grateful! Thank you, Manfield Law Corp.!
By: Joe G.
I'd like to take brief moment to express our tremendous appreciation to the entire Mansfield Law Corporation team for their utmost professionalism support with our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Legal Court process. Andrew and his team demonstrated outstanding "attention to detail" work ethic that helped eased our anxiety and stress during our process. My wife and I felt comfortable from our initial attorney intake meeting and we never doubted our attorney's petition drafting ability. In addition it was always comforting having Andrew's presence at our hearings. Thank you, for your legal help that yielded a discharge disposition... Definitely our correct choice for representation and at a very reasonable price!!!
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By: Sabrina C.
Nadrich & Cohen, LLP
My daughter was traumatized by a dog bite and I researched personal injury lawyers in Ventura County. I read well over 100 reviews and looked at more than 15 lawyer websites. I chose Nadrich & Cohen and am extremely satisfied with their representation of my daughter's claim. They were able to get my daughter in for a consult with a great plastic surgeon. They got a great settlement that is squirreled away for when she is older. A kind and caring team of lawyers work here.
By: rustieeggleston
Nadrich & Cohen, LLP
Dear Mr. Nadrich,Thank you for the settlement. I know we had to file a lawsuit and go through what we went through - I'm glad it's over. It's an experience for me. We now have the financial security for the future so that we can be more calm about it. Please also thank your staff for everything they did for us. You will always be the first bicycle lawyers we will refer other bicycle club members to.
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By: Amelia P.
I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to Andrew Mansfield and staff for representing me on my bankruptcy process. I contacted the firm on a Saturday and was able to secure an appointment for the following Monday. This put me at ease after being harassed by the collectors. My initial contact was with Blythe Mansfield and after explaining my situation, I knew I would be in good hands and I was. I highly recommend Andrew Mansfield. Amelia Pacheco
By: theresa.walsh.5099
Really well trained attorney with a big law firm background and a top school education. I liked working with him and felt comfortable the whole time. He helped relieve a lot of stress in my life and worked with my family members, too.
By: robert.carswell.393
Solid attorney and good person. I recommend.
By: robyn.fugate.3
Andrew is incredibly knowledgeable and has a great history in the law. He obviously knows what he is doing in bankruptcy. He made me feel comfortable and gave me a great deal of attention during our free consultation. Highly recommend.
By: allison.mckowen
Andrew and his staff are excellent. They were quick to respond to questions, whether via phone or e-mail. They were very knowledgeable. Filing bankruptcy can be very scary, but Andrew told me exactly what he needed and explained exactly what would happen every step of the way. I interviewed four different bankruptcy attorneys before I chose Andrew and I am convinced I made the right choice for me. Do not try to go through this process by yourself, because if you make mistakes or leave things out it can really hurt.
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