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08/18/2017
By: Venessa F.
Colson Sybil K Atty at Law
Sybil K. Colson & Phillip Wells, I was a tenant for a couple of years then was renting to own. I went to you in confidence and was 100% honest with my situation. We made arrangements and I paid you what you asked for on the days you said. Come to find out all along you were just screwing me over and trying to get money out of me. I lost my house because of my ex husband. All because of him and because you both are thieves. You cheated me out of my home. My kids home. You lied your way in court thats why it got dismissed the first time because you didnt follow proper procedures in filing to evict me. I NEVER received not one certified letter, not one type of notice, not one type of anything. By the time we went to court you had already "foreclosed" my home without the 30 day notice or any proper procedure needed in doing so. You lied to the judge about how much money I paid you. You lied to the judge about serving me when you yourself Sybil opened the letter right there in court. The letter that supposedly was sent to me. You threw a fit and and a tantrum like a little child because the judge dismissed it. You even had the audacity to tell Phillip to grab me as I walked out the door. I was disgusted at your behavior. Someone your age or in your profession to act the way you did was very immature and sad. You went as far as chasing me down and SLAPPING me on my back with a piece of paper you "thought" would serve as a notice of me being served and your little circus act was caught on the deputies body cam that he had. And if that wasn't enough you even went to great lengths Sybil to yell out across the hall "Where is your husband?? Laying on the couch?"...and my response to you was I wouldn't know thats why I was divorcing him. You do not know the extent of abuse my children and I suffered or the depression, problems and anxiety I and my children suffered. You both are such horrible greedy lying individuals.
08/16/2013
By: spring.f.harvey
Jennifer Gibo of Jennifer Gibo Attorney At Law
Think twice before you pursue a legal relationship with Jennifer Gibo., I should have this to begin with and actually had an appointment with another attorney the day after I met with Jennifer Gibo. However, I decided to go ahead and use Jennifer due to the day of our meeting I gave her all my files so she could get a better understanding on the case. I am so completely pissed at her non-responsive emails or phone calls. She did absolutely nothing as for leg work on my case. I gave her all my research and discovery files on my case to which she was to get copies and I have yet to receive my originals back. She did not prep us for court, she did not do anything. I should have known. The day of our initial meeting she was 45 minutes late and stated that my appointment was at 4:30 to which it was NOT! It was at 3:45. Its my fault. In any case, she did absolutely nothing, she even filed motions and filings that NEVER needed to be filed and then when I asked her about a few things she was filing she had to ask me a few things about my case. THAT TOLD ME SHE never ever even read my file, nor cared enough to take heed to any of the information in my files so she could be in on the know. It was horrible and it pissed me off when she did finally answer one of my many phone calls and she says, I was just about to pick up the phone to call you.Here it is a month out, I still do not have my final orders to read so that I can approve them in order to get the judge to sign them and close the case. To which this has now delayed my child support from being paid to me due to my ex is a horrible liar and uses every excuse as to why not to pay.I have now called her office 3 times and emailed her 2 since our hearing on the 22nd of February and have yet to hear anything back from her. If I do not get a response back by the end of the month I am filing a grievance against her and her firm and the poor representation she gave to me. UPDATE: To no avail, I filed a grievance. Do not give her one red cent! find another attorney that knows the law in Texas and is well known in Lamar County. I am only giving her a star due to I have to in order for this to post.
04/14/2013
By: truthshallsetyoufree
Jennifer Gibo of Jennifer Gibo Attorney At Law
Jennifer Gibo is an outstanding attorney. She is knowledgable in every aspect of the law she practices and can get the job done. She has stood toe to toe with other intimidating attorneys and never backed down. She is someone I trust my life with and I owe her a million thanks for all the work she did for me and my family. If you are in need of an attorney, don't hesitate to call Jennifer Gibo. She will get the job done right.
04/05/2013
By: momof1n1n1
Jennifer Gibo of Jennifer Gibo Attorney At Law
I would highly recommend Jennifer Gibo. She is not only attentive, she is fierce in fighting for her clients. She is the only attorney I will use or recommend. She made sure that I was well prepared, even down to what I should wear to court and what I could expect the other attorney to say/ask.
11/10/2012
By: jenny.freeman.560
Jennifer Gibo of Jennifer Gibo Attorney At Law
You need to go to someone else, because we used her for my sisters case, and she didnt do anything. She wouldnt answer or return phone calls, her office failed to inform us of court dates. She also didnt prep any of us for the stand (witch is something every lawyer should do, no matter what the case). She showed up late to everything, weather is was a meeting or the actual court day that decided eveything. I wouldnt advice anyone to use her. She isnt a very respecfull person, nor does she seem to care about the situation. It seems like all she wants in your money then it doesnt matter what happends to you. (the only reason i gave her a star at all, is because it wouldnt let me post this without doing so)
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