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06/03/2017
By: Shannon E.
Grubb Allan
He did me an awesome job. His staff is friendly and outgoing Works real well with you took time to make sure I knew things
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05/03/2017
By: Justinandpatty E.
Wilson Law Firm P
Greg Wilson is the best. He's doing everything to help me and my husband get our girls back from my father in law. If you are needing an attorney, call Wilson Law Firm. Always be honest with him. He will and does payments
01/16/2017
By: Leigh ann A.
Stephens Law Office
If there was a "zero stars" option, that's what I would give this attorney. My advice is to keep looking for someone else.
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10/28/2016
By: P D.
Sutton, Paul
He misleads, and deploys deceptive practices- Please understand there are far more attorneys to spend your hard earned money on that have and follow a code of ethics. This is one review that is genuine, it disheartens me to speak poorly of anyone, but observing this behavior first hand, and seeing his malice deceptive behavior- I felt it important to at least put my experience in front of those that may be considering paying him money. If you have a good experience with this man- Please post it, If you have had a poor experience with him again please post it- Do it for the Fathers, Mothers, most importantly do it for the children we all deserve to know when an attorney is deceptive in his dealings. I am dealing with Mr. Paul Sutton first hand, And only wish I would have seen some reviews prior to dealing with him. Good luck to all, and thank your for your time - 1 star is all it would allow Paul deserves to be distarred-
09/14/2016
By: Freeandhappy W.
Freeman-Widell Law Offices
This woman took $1,500 from me in 2013 and pocketed it knowing I was a battered woman. She NEVER contacted me again. NEVER answered my phone calls and NEVER even put her name on the docket for me when she knew my ex-husband was trying to take my children away. She is the epitome of a crooked lawyer!BEWARE AND STAY AWAY!!!
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07/07/2015
By: Clarence B.
Joe Mckimmey Atty
I don't understand how he gets away with what he does. When I ask for status on my case I learned he did nothing. Then he sued me.
09/17/2014
By: Tamera D.
Vorndran, Joe
This attorney does not meet with you anytime accept for right before court , he doesn't follow through with other resources to help your case . Such as Oklahoma disability law center. He tries to get you to sign your rights away without even knowing the truth because he doesn't care. I can't even place a star her because there isn't one low enough .... k well i had to put a star because it wouldn't let me not put one
12/13/2012
By: frank.crim.7
Elrod, Ronald L, JD
this guy is a bag of poop...after taking my fathers money for a criminal case he then QUITS halfway through after doing a terrible job. will be contacting the better buisiness bureau on this one
08/30/2011
By: conlyronly
Sutton, Paul
Likes to leave early blaming his illness.Needs to prepare for it not hide behind it.
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