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08/09/2016
By: Traci M.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
What started out as a great experience, has quickly went downhill since converting my case to chapter 7. I turned in my list of creditors 6 weeks before my court date, but I found out at court that the information was not updated. They sent them back to me, saying I needed to call and get account numbers and amounts. I was able to get all of the information, except for 1 creditor. I sent it back to them about a week after court. Now, almost a month later, they are asking me for the list again, saying that the deadline has almost passed and it needs to be updated. This will be the 3rd time I have sent them the information that they requested. Everytime I try to call to talk to one of the individuals handling my case, I am sent to voicemail and calls are not returned. Why is it so hard for me to do my part, but the people that I am paying, are unable to do their part?
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07/22/2016
By: Kim B.
Bacon, M Anneliese
Apparently it's ok to rip a family apart with out with even meeting the people involved. It's ok to let a 9 year old suffer because he's too afraid to talk.
06/20/2016
By: Janet B.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
My daughter Mary Found this firm , while i was in rehab . I am thankful for their services , i would recommend them .
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01/15/2016
By: J B.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
Martin Attorneys do the best to help clients out. They treated me with kindness and respect. I really appreciate the wonderful lawyer I had there and recomend them to anyone that needs a good lawyer
01/14/2016
By: Kristen P.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
Stephen Fisher represented me from Martin Attorneys. I am so thankful he did! He showed a good ability to help me think logically instead of emotionally, even though the situation was quite emotional. Great representation. Thank you!
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01/14/2016
By: Doug W.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
Love this place their staff is wonderful , I was always treated with respect , they were always welcoming I will recommend to family
12/22/2015
By: Renee B.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
I'm wishing I'd chosen a different firm to represent me.Holly Martin is a liar and a manipulator,When she first started my case, I thought She really cared about my child's injury, The minute she found out she was going to win, she started treating us like dirt. Whatever you do,stay away from her and her team of unchristian staff.
04/02/2015
By: Diane.dirba.wilkerson@gmail.com W.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
I was in car accident that total my car. I was hit from behind. There were minor injuries to me and my sin. From the time I contacted the law office e until the settlement, I was handled with concern and respect. During that time it was hard to think through things, but I know they had me and my son best interest st heart and that is worth more than anything. I received compensation to continue with my life like before the accident. I was not set back financial or physically.
12/17/2014
By: Grace M.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
I was involved in a very bad and dangerous relationship with my sons dad. After ending it I contacted Stephen to place a restraining order on my Ex. I met with him a few times and he was very helpful and caring through the whole situation. He knew exactly what I needed to say on the stand to make my point clear and with in two weeks the papers were signed and everything was safe and sound.
01/31/2014
By: Ted S.
Martin Attorneys P.A.
The staff at Martin Attorneys was so friendly and welcoming. They really made me feel at home. They helped me with bankruptcy and answered all my questions. I would highly recommend them!
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