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09/24/2017
By: George B.
Bovill John III
I took my case to mr boville , and he was a joke. he did absolutely nothing for me , and then stole my money . He charged me $7000,00 to take my case . then a month later he told me he was dropping the case and keeping my money . He laughed at me and said he was a lawyer and I could not sue him for my money . this man is a thief , he will steal your money too., . all he cares about is beating clients out of their money for his own personal gain . I would never recommend him to anyone for any reason .. a shameful man really . DO NOT GIVE HIM YOUR BUSSINESS .. I've read his reviews and I believe that he had his office staff write then for him . I can't imagine anyone else saying anything good about him . . PLEASE DO NOT USE HIM FOR ANY LEGAL MATTER , OR YOU WILL BE AS SORRY AS I AM . I've heard rumors he has scammed many others out of there money as in the case of brian m. this man needs to be disbarred , but till then I am hoping people read this and STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM HIM . I wonder if he has a wife , and she knows about him dating the women who was the one that my case was against ?? wow , a lawer who takes your case against his girlfriend , then steals your money so you can't hire another lawer to fight her
04/26/2017
By: April H.
Bovill John III
Worst lawyer I ever had, and I've had several. Been happy with them all but not this one! He's a joke and extremely arrogant! Don't waste your money, trust me! He even told the judge I was on medication. Something confidential a lawyer should NEVER tell a child custody judge. Wow! Where's the common sense?
01/08/2017
By: Sue L.
Picard Christopher A ATTY
His expertise - I did not get to see he was not ready for what the other lawyer was doing at any time!His professionalism was more worried about checking with the opposing lawyer and getting a bs story then be made a fool of in court. Told me what the final cost would be when the only hearing to come so I paid it by check and after and he lost in court because he was not prepared he then double the cost - where I didn't have our agreement in writing or recorded. Mr. Picard's final brief for my daughter was somewhat good work but he did it to little to late the time he turned it in one-ish hour before the hearing - and my daughter had to help him get it done. My family has paid dearly for what we lost in court
06/07/2016
By: Jason H.
Picard Christopher A ATTY
Mr Picard represented me in my divorce/custody litigation. He was up front and honest with me the entire time. He didnt always tell me what i wanted to hear, which is what I expect from a professional, but did everything to make sure that my case went smooth and was as cost effective as possible. His rates were very reasonable and his staff is awesome too. I have since recommended him to friends who have hired him and have had the same results.
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11/03/2015
By: Brian M.
Bovill John III
Find someone else unless you like stress and someone who just cares for his paycheck.John was on vacation the first month or so of my case.after that everytime I talked to him I had to remind him about my case.at court one day I caught John making jokes about me with the other lawyer.to take the cake after everything is finally done , I show up at the office to make my last payment and pick up all the case files, he cant find them.they are still looking for them.all I can say is Wow .i called 2 days earlier so they could have everything ready.I sure hope they can find my files so I can be done with this office.there are a lot of lawyers out there so dont use this one
07/20/2015
By: Michelle L.
Dill Law PLLC
Mr. Dill recently handled my contested divorce case. He was always professional, knowledgeable and thorough. I found him to be straightforward and to the point and did not waste my time or money going after things that he knew the judge would not accept. He gave me copies of all pleadings and letters concerning my case as soon as he received them. His staff provided excellent information and guidance whenever I called. I will continue to recommend him to my friends, co-workers and family.
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05/29/2015
By: Chad P.
Swartz & Wilson PLC
Memorial Weekend 2015, First time meeting Mr. Swartz and his staff as they "Stayed" 45 minutes after office closing hours. Mr. Swartz treated me as if I was his first client!!!! Great people you should use and can trust!!!Chad P
05/05/2015
By: Jack O.
Swartz & Wilson PLC
Chris Swartz resolved my problem fast! His office staff is great, i would Recommend them.
04/20/2015
By: Brew D.
Dill Law PLLC
This guy is an idiot. He stumbles around the courthouse from courtroom to courtroom and doesn't have time for his clients. A lot of the litigation that he is involved in, is caused by him because of his lack of knowledge and/or experience. He then sends you an invoice for the time spent fixing what he screwed up in the first place. He is nowhere near what his father was, so Don't think he will be any good. I suggest you find someone better. It won't be difficult.........
03/03/2015
By: Bob F.
Boardman James P
Mr. Boardman is an honest hard working attorney. He is very smart and knows what he is doing. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for an attorney in real estate, personal injury, probate or other complicated matter.
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