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  • 1.Kaufman Nancy A/CLU

    12221 Merit Dr Ste 1500


    8.39 miServices

  • 2.ACLU of Texas

    6440 N Central Expy


    12.77 mi

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By: Jennifer B.
Goranson Bain, PLLC
Lene Alley DeRudder is not only the best Texas Family Law attorney, but she also is a wonderful human being. Her law practice reflects her good heart and high moral character. She is on top of her game when it comes to knowing our Texas Family Laws. In addition to that, Lene is one of the hardest workers I have ever personally known. She worked tirelessly to protect the rights of my children and myself. As you can imagine, this was a very difficult time for my children and I but Lene and her staff were most supportive in every way. The entire Grandson Bain office showed nothing but professionalism during our entire time working with them. Lene, personally, encouraged me when I was down and she also rejoiced with me during our victories. Most of all, I know she genuinely cared for my children and I; she took care of us like we were her own family. I highly recommend her and her team. You will not regret it.
By: Maribel G.
Barbieri Law Firm, P.C.
I consider myself very fortunate to have found the Barbieri Law Firm. I actually have a neighbor who is a criminal defense attorney and who does pretty well for himself. When I got into some circumstances, I went to him for help. Surprisingly, he said I really need to reach out to Heather Barbieri. I asked why he was basically giving away a case to another attorney. And he said, very candidly that she truly is the best and for what I needed I didn’t want to mess around. He said that if he were ever in need, he would also go to Heather. So, I did. And several months later I have the result that I wanted and have been vindicated. I have the biggest weight and stress off my shoulders now and I have Heather to thank.
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By: Dale S.
Law Office of Christopher Kalis
The attorneys and staff here are really sharp and straight to it, wasting none of your time or energy. I really recommend!!!!!!
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By: Elias A.
Law Office of Christopher Kalis
Greatest attorney . He is straight forward, smart and no nonsense. Really helped me out in more ways than I can express.
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By: Ryan C.
Law Office of Christopher Kalis
Very helpful when I called to discuss a potential legal dispute. With no notice whatsoever, he took time to listen, ask questions, and provide useful feedback. I was very satisfied with my experience.
By: K D.
Sethi-Wadhwa LAW P
No professional advice and or input given when responding for RFE. When denied responded by saying "as expected". The charges are $200 an hour. Too expensive for very dissatisfying service.
By: Thomas T.
Law Office of Douglas Floyd
This creep is totally crooked. Not only will he not do what is necessary for the case you hire him for, he will also steal from you, threaten you and try to take advantage of you. If you have any contact whatsoever with him, you must record it! Texas is a single party consent state. You do not need his permission to tape record him and believe me, you are going to what evidence of the illegal stuff he tries to pull on you. If you haven't hired him, don't! If you have, record every single interaction with him so that you can use it to go to the Attorney General later.
By: Bob D.
Law Office Douglas T Floyd
Douglas T. Floyd is as crooked as the day is long! He's a liar and a thief because he does NOT provide the services he charges people for. A legitimate lawyer makes money from providing services and WINNING cases. This creep rakes in money by ripping of his own clients and then threatening to sue them!! In my opinion, he should be disbarred. I would not send my worst enemy to this piece of filth's office for ANYTHING. He is lazy, does NOT provide the services you pay for then becomes abusive and issues threats. STEER CLEAR OF THIS GARBAGE!!
By: Alex S.
Barbieri Law Firm, P.C.
When you face a legal program – especially a criminal matter – it is very serious. We took the recruitment process very seriously and interviewed several highly-rated attorneys in the DFW area. We ended up hiring Barbieri Law Firm because while other attorneys talked about how they would fight for us, Heather actually has the proven court room and trial experience that we were looking for. She doesn’t just talk the talk. She walks the walk too. She’s not afraid to go toe-to-toe either. She’s a great fighter. I recommend her to anyone with a serious legal matter that is looking for help.
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By: Faith P.
Law Firm of W. Eric Hulett
This so called LAWYER was a terrible experience. He not only did not return my phone calls, he didn't notify me of court appearances, I had to find out those on my own, he didn't even show up!! Stay far, far away from him. Now I have to find another lawyer and start all over again.
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