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By: Emanuel A.
Law Office of Daniele Tedesco
Daniele is a very professional and courteous lawyer. She definitely knows what she is doing. She explained everything thoroughly and made sure we understood everything that was happening with our case. Her firm is very organized. They made sure USCIS was up-to-date with all our documents. Her prices are lower than other lawyers in the area so that is a plus! Thanks to her my interview with USCIS was only 15 minutes. Definitely recommended her !!
By: Bob S.
Michael T Bryan
The owner does not have enough experience, and seemed like he was full of himself. There are better lawyer's in town then this one.
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By: Brittany F.
Bournakis And Mitchell Pc
I was really excited about this lawyer until her helper or whatever he is didn't explain anything to me and caused me to pay way more a month than what I was told.
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By: Dai'jah G.
The Hoyt Firm
Good Lawyers, but it's hard to even get to any of the lawyers because how horrible the secretaries are. They never answer the phones, you have to actually go up there to get them to talk to you. When the phones are answered you get attitude or hung up on. Very rude and very difficult to deal with.
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By: Rochoshily ..
Baldwin Law Firm
UNETHICAL place, these representatives/lawyer WILL NOT help you, I asked for a copy of my most private information that they kept after they filed and did a process for me, and now they will not hand that out to you if you don't use their service again and pay them AGAIN a very large amount of money. To print out a piece of paper they will charge you $400 and force you to use them again. This place is ridiculous. DO NOT EVER SEEK FOR THEIR "HELP". Unprofessional and unethical.
By: runner1967
Brinson Askew Berry
I strongly advise looking elsewhere for legal counsel and representation. The lawyer The lawyer I used from this firm gave me little legal advice and no time for my case. He told me on several occasions that he had more "time sensitive" cases. He did no research into my case and came to court unprepared. He closed my case after court as soon as I started questioning some of the inaccuracies in my paperwork. I had to hire a lawyer from another law firm to clean up his mess. I cannot give opinions about the other lawyers in this firm but my experience with this firm was horrible and has cost me dearly.
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