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09/13/2017
By: Jose luis F.
Law Offices of Paul Chan
I called Mr Chan just to get a telephone consultation and He listened to me empathetically and was honest and straightforward with then facts and expectations from my case. He consulted with me for almost 45 minutes, where as other attorneys only gave me 5 minutes at the most. I will go with Paul Chan! Thank You Paul!
08/14/2017
By: Scotr B.
The Law Office of Gilbert B Vega
Mr Vega helped me in my time of need he was quick and efficient very understanding of the situation and very easy to talk to if you need help Mr Vega will always be recommend by me
08/10/2017
By: Linna P.
Dougherty & Associates
When I look back to the beginning of the divorce case, it felt like a nightmare. My ex-husband wrote up many ridiculously irrational requests, most of them involved taking away more than half of our family savings. These requests made me anxious and I was worried about its effect on my personal life after the divorce.I was introduced to Frank and his assistant Margo Scott by a friend. After our first meeting, I knew that going to Frank and Margo for help was one of the best decisions I’ve made during this divorce case. Frank and Margo took the pressure off my shoulder immediately by providing professional and thoughtful advice, well organized timeline, as well as heart-warming support. Frank helped me to reject unreasonable requests from my ex-husband and his attorney. Among these, he successfully helped me to secure the house without paying half to my ex-husband.It’s been a year since my divorce case was resolved. I am pretty calm now and have gained more confidence to move forward in life. I appreciate that fact that Frank, Margo, and their team was on my side and not the other way around.
06/30/2017
By: Tango M.
Christopher W. Dietrich, Attorney at Law
very rude. wish i had spent my money with someone who doesn't ignore messages and an attorney who can at the very least make it to meetings on time. he left me waiting 30 minutes. time is money! BAD LAWYER
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04/28/2017
By: Amanda aj G.
Law Offices of Crystal Cunningham
Very great bunch of people!! They helped me and were very thorough and professional. Didn't charge an arm and a leg either!! Would definitely recommend!!
04/24/2017
By: Bridgette M.
McKee Lisa K Law Offices Of
Lisa was amazing to work with. Very knowledgeable and easy to talk to , she was always very good about returning phone calls and keeping in touch.She knows her job and she does it well.
03/25/2017
By: K V.
Robt J Granucci ESQ
Fraudulent Criminal! Takes advantage of elderly people that are not of sound mind.Manufactures and falsifys documents to gain control over a estates
03/11/2017
By: Norma G.
Liviakis Law Firm
Very professional and knowledgeable. I was so nervous when I was at the courthouse but I still remember what the court assistant told me. She asked me who my attorney was and I said, "Mik Liviakis" and she said "oh you have nothing to be nervous about, you have an attorney that knows what he's doing and his cases are always well prepared. That definitely made me feel at ease.
03/11/2017
By: Carolyn S.
Liviakis Law Firm
Very knowledgeable, patient and understanding. Explains the choices and options available from beginning to end and is with you each step of the way. I highly reccommend. Very satisfied with Liviakis law firm.
03/01/2017
By: Jennifer H.
Dougherty & Associates
As an attorney myself I can appreciate a smooth-running legal team. I definitely found that here with Frank and his team, from the always-responsive staff, to the readily-available associates willing to jump in on a moment's notice. But I cannot emphasize enough what an expert Frank is in his field. Within 6 months he was able to turn my case around (without going into detail, an ex husband willing to fabricate allegations of mental disorder to get the upper hand in custody and an extremely contentious opposing counsel going to hearing on every minute detail). I balked at retaining him at first given the slightly higher rates compared to my previously retained counsel, but after 2 years of kicking the can down the road and delaying tactics from opposing counsel, I realized I couldn't afford to *not* retain him. 6 months on my case, only delayed due to the court continuing the trial due to a backed-up docket, and we had a fair outcome. I can't say enough about this man. The real gem was his previous experience as a family law forensic psychologist, which allowed him to quickly unravel the BS reports of our court-ordered evaluator. He restored my confidence, reunified my family, and put my life back together. Thank you so much, Frank.
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