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08/11/2017
By: Wesley K.
George Tillman, PC
Total waste of money! Been about a year with zero results. He never returns my calls! He or his assistant NEVER returns emails! The few times we went to court we got beaten down. Regret paying even one cent to them. My money is gone and they are off to screw the next client out of money. If you need an attorney that will fight for you then look somewhere else.
04/21/2017
By: Larry M.
CSL Tax
This tax service/business was totally unsatisfactory. We paid $150 for 10 minutes of Craig's time for my wife's deceased fathers tax return (federal only). CSL failed to advise us that we needed to include a Form 56 and we would up having to meeting with a local IRS agent and go thru a lot of grief to get past this error. i stopped by their office (at their instruction) to ask Craig a question and he rudely left the office and was gone when I arrived at the appointed time. The receptionist was extremely rude when I complained about this. I paid $150 to Craig Lovatz on two occasions to do tax forecasting. He rushed through it and made errors on both occasions. On the first occasion he neglected to forecast deducting medical costs for Missouri state taxes. On the second occasion he neglected to take into account that my wife would turn 65 a certain year which affected all subsequent years tax deductions. They are a joke. Totally geared to 'churn and burn'. Not sure if they are incompetent or if they just done care .. on to the next sucker that will pay them large fees for minimal and undependable service.
08/30/2016
By: Seth D.
Stange Law Firm, LLC
Michael Roby is the worst. Went in for the initial consultation. He concluded i was going to need $2200 for the retainer. My court date was approaching soon but he said he just needed the retainer 5 days before hand to get started. Came up with the money and went in. When i sat down to get signed up he informed me that i was also going to need an additional $5000 in case they went to trial! At no time during the initial consultation did he mention that. I basically wasted my time by not looking for an attorney I could afford and allowed him to screw me over. Michael Roby is a joke and should be disbarred.
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07/06/2016
By: David S.
Simpson, Scott E
I have to say my experience with Scott Simpson has been nothing but short of OUTSTANDING. He and his team always take time to fully understand the situation and devise a plan to win your case. They have the knowledge and ability to fight for you against anybody or any company. Scott went above and beyond each time I worked with him to help me understand my options. With Scott on my side I know I am protected. I wouldn't trust any other attorney to protect my interests! If god forbid you need an attorney look no farther than Scott!
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06/06/2016
By: Andrew R.
Metzler Robert
Attorney falls below reasonable standards. Neglected to maintain formal consent. Atty called Carmichael to see if client was to rrpry.new clients beware this atty contacts your old atty
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12/17/2015
By: Stephen B.
Hutcherson Law Firm
We have been doing business with Jim Hutchison for more than ten years now our whole family has uses Jim from child custody to traffic tickets and he's always done a very professional job you can't ask for a better attorney ! He's an honest man that will do a good job . When you work with Jim and Missy there lile working with family Steve Bishop
04/27/2015
By: Patrick M.
Sandcork Law Firm
First attorney I've ever dealt with, and will be the only one as long as he practices law. Completely professional and doesn't use advertising gimmicks.
07/31/2014
By: jesse.ray.73
Csl Tax Advisors
I had over 100,000 in tax debt I went to csl tax after going to tax defense network and I thank God for steven at csl tax he took us in and was awesome he worked fast is very smart and worked hard with our irs agent and got all of our taxes waived unfortunately we had paid another co. $7000 before going here and they assured me all my problems would be fixed well 2 years later nothing was done except a big bill but csl not only went over and above but they did it in 8 months
03/24/2014
By: jeremydunstan
Family Law Group
Highly recommended for getting the job done if the need arises. The ease of contact in resolving every issue is why I pick this lawyer. Makes the issues I've dealt with easier to deal with. I've utilized this lawyer for several legal matters.
01/08/2014
By: joann.quinlan.ryan
Christine L Frmn Law Offices
Helped me achieve my goal in shortest possible time. Forever grateful.
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