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08/24/2017
By: Mitre E.
Schoenberg Family Law Group P.C.
They made a really difficult time, easier, by taking the heavy load of my shoulders. Debra got to the courts to see my side of things, and that was worth every cent.
05/14/2017
By: Kathy B.
Law Office of Sam Salhab
Do your research before hiring and attorney! Sam came to me highly recommended I still met with him and others. I felt very comfortable with Sam he was very genuine and he had the experience I was looking for. We achieved and excellent settlement Thank you!
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04/14/2017
By: Mike B.
The Ottinger Firm, P.C.
I have worked with Robert professionally and he is a pleasure to work with. He is very well versed in all areas of employment law.
02/23/2017
By: Michelle P.
Schoenberg Family Law Group P.C.
Deborah Schoenberg and her partners are inexperienced and pretend to be your advocate. They have no court experience and misguide their clients.Their interest is only financial. I lost $ 40,000.00 in less than 2 months for 3 office consultations and organizing my file.
12/31/2016
By: Daniela R.
Richard Kolomejec Esq
Happy New Year to Richard Kolomejec, to his team and to his Family!He is an amazing attorney!I am lucky that I chose Richard Kolomejec to be my lawyer.From all my heart I appreciate his help and hiswork.Thank you, Richardwith respect and best wishes:Daniela Robinson
12/29/2016
By: J A.
Kim & Cook Accountants
I have been really pleased with the level of service from Kim and Cook, specifically, Don Cook. He has been great handling my taxes and all of the ups and downs that go with it. I'm happy I found him.
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11/14/2016
By: Charlo C.
Kim & Cook Accountants
Paid this cowboy $350 to file taxes. Ignore all emails and phone calls for over three months. Eventually got him on the phone and just filled me with lies. Have reported him to IRS for fraud
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11/14/2016
By: Charlo C.
Kim & Cook Accountants
Paid 350 dollars for this cowboy to scam me. No returned calls or emails. NEVER FILED ANY TAXES. Had the cheek to speak to me on the phone and filled me with lies/
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11/12/2016
By: Charlotte K.
Kim & Cook Accountants
Scammed 350 dollars out of me! Never filled taxes out avoided phone calls and all emails!!!!!!!!SCAMMER
10/06/2016
By: Karen O.
William K Holsman Law Office
Amazing experience. The attorneys are so smart, friendly, patient and well educated. The staff in general is exceptional- I will always come here for my estate planning needs.
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