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08/10/2017
By: Debbie P.
Robert J. DeBry & Associates
I had a very professional experience working with Robert DeBery,they kept me informed and involved with everything my attorney was Chris Barrus and my negotiator was Zachary Lambert. I give them a thumbs up!!
07/28/2017
By: Liz J.
Common Ground Divorce Specialists
This fella speaks before he asks questions and makes all kinds of ignorant assumptions. It is clear the reason why the majority of mediation service providers have law degrees. This mediator was highly unethical in his practice, and the State of Utah should revoke his right to mediate during such highly stressful situations as modifying divorce decrees-especially when there are children involved in the divorce. My ex-husband desired to modify the divorce decree and I was happy with the decree as it stood, but agreed that he may have had justifiable grounds to modify. To protect the best interests of not only our children, but our coparenting relationship, I thought a mediation would be more neutral than attempting to solve the issues ourselves, and both parties would have been better served if we saw a mediator and kept our decree out of the hands of the court. In my profession I have had the opportunity to understand certain forms of communication. I was very "keen' on his conversation style that was extremely condescending. Extremely sexist. He made remarks about how I wouldn't or shouldn't be "single" long since I was obviously not unattractive. He used this as a segue to suggest he could offer me dating and relationship advice (for a fee). My ex husband spent $300 an hour for a three hour session, and at the end of the session, I was in such a state of disempowerment and shock. I had been crying for nearly the entire session listening to his "mansplain." He very unethically suggested I had better agree to his process since he was always erred on the side of the "woman" anyway. Thank God I had the sense not to sign the documents the next day, when I realized I didn't have to agree to anything! My ex husband ended up spending almost a thousand dollars for a hokey mediation process. He jumped over a dollar to save a dime with this clunky blockhead. I hired an attorney the next day and he laughed at how unethical the session went for me. Now we have a court date.
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07/26/2017
By: L.m. L.
Salcido Law Firm - Utah Law Firm
Very disappointing. My lawyers switched 3x at their whim. No one knew my issue or case. They didn't listen to me. Days b4 I'd get a return call.Attorney that showed up to court was not prepared, did not bring paperwork (we had to borrow from my ex), Benny spoke in a whisper, to which the judge mocked "HUH?"SO EMBARRASSING!Of course we lost. When I asked for help to right the wrong- they refused! Chris Salcido sent a short email. . . they'd "PASS" on helping me get what the judge ordered in my divorce Win or lose, THEY get paid, SO it doesn't really matter to them. Money is their bottom line. Jerry Salcido called me after my online review, 2 yrs 4 months after my case, threatening that I suddenly had an outstanding balance- first time I heard of this. Never got a bill or phone call prior to my request for their assistance on unresolved issues Jerry Salcido suggested they could "forgive the debt" IF I REMOVE MY HONEST AND TRUE REVIEW. I told him to send it to COLLECTIONS. Judgements in my divorce, made in Mar 2014, have still not been fulfilled. My credit is ruined. I can't buy a car. My future is unprotected since the retirement has never been split -as ORDERED BY DIVORCE DECREE in 2014-Complete waste of time and $$$ !!Anyone know a good attorney that ACTUALLY represents the client, NOT their pocket? Lea
02/04/2017
By: Ashley C.
Craig Swapp & Associates
I worked with Stephen Redd and he was amazing! He made me feel so calm and walked me through everything. He never made me feel like my concerns or questions were silly. He made everything I went through smooth and easy. Everyone I worked with was fabulous! I would highly recommend Craig Swap to anyone!
01/23/2017
By: Sarah M.
Robert J. DeBry & Associates
Exceptional staff, caring for both the community and individual. Organized, ethical and personable. I would highly recommend.
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01/20/2017
By: Matt P.
Jolley and Jolley - The Fathers Rights Attorneys
Timothy is awesome! In our first meeting I asked him if he was a winner. And he has proven to be for both of my cases over the past several months! He explains things and is timely at getting back with me when i need to talk to him! Thank you so much!
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12/20/2016
By: Stephanie L.
Robert J. DeBry & Associates
Phenomenal company. The staff is attentive and professional. Definitely dedicated to doing the right thing and helping people.
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06/24/2016
By: Sms L.
Craig Swapp & Associates
Craig Swapp is an excellent attorney who is attentive and understanding when dealing with his clients.
04/25/2016
By: Gayle P.
Scott T. Blotter & Associates, PLCC
How refreshing to have an attorney that answers his phone calls! Everyone of my experiences has been respectful and helpful!
04/25/2016
By: Scott B.
Scott T. Blotter & Associates, PLCC
Its refreshing to have an attorney that answers his phone! Every time I have called I have been treated with respect and overall a great experience!
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