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08/03/2017
By: Phill M.
David J Crouse & Associates
David Crouse is a very thorough attorney. He is always professional, and maintains a perfect balance of patience, courtesy, and persistence – regardless of the situation. He made himself available, understood my issues, and developed a plan right away; ultimately negotiating an agreement that worked for everyone. I just wish I had hired him sooner.
07/25/2017
By: Scott T.
David J Crouse & Associates
I own a franchise of a nationwide corporation. I hired David Crouse to perform a business valuation for me based on his expertise in this area. He did a thorough analysis and I was very pleased with his work. He is an excellent business valuation attorney.
04/21/2017
By: Liz P.
David J Crouse & Associates
This is really the finest family law firm in Spokane. I hired Heather Hoover to handle my child custody matter. She did a great job in court and I got the parenting plan that I proposed. I liked the fact that when Heather was on vacation, attorneys Doug Hughes and David Crouse were able to take my calls and do some declarations for my case. They are very skilled and professional. The legal assistants were really helpful too.
01/04/2017
By: Shari L.
David J Crouse & Associates
I hired Mr. Crouse to handle my divorce. His staff was very friendly and made me feel welcome. Mr. Crouse did a great job at my hearings and was really well prepared. I got a really good result and feel really well represented. Highly recommend.
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12/10/2016
By: Craig B.
Gary Penar Law Offices
DO NOT USE! He waited until the NIGHT before my administrative hearing to tell me the evidence for my case was weak. And that weakness cost me my case. He had well over 1.5yrs to tell me what evidence I was lacking, which evidence was weak, and to tell me what would be needed to better prove my case.
11/16/2016
By: Diane J.
Deissner Law Office
They didn't get my medical records in which resulted in us losing the appeal. They say. they don't charge until you win but they sent me a bill.
08/26/2016
By: John E.
Mark DeHaven Attorney at Law
Used Mark for a recent divorce. He was extremely helpful and willing to come in on the weekend to see me. I have recommended Mark to my friends and family.
08/26/2016
By: Sophia A.
Mark DeHaven Attorney at Law
Mark was a great attorney. He always answered the phone and got back to any messages. Consistently professional, prompt, and flexible. Will use again if needed!
08/26/2016
By: Mark D.
Mark DeHaven Attorney at Law
Are you in need of an attorney for bankruptcy or family law. I have over 25+ years of experience in both fields. My rates are competitive. Friendly prompt service. Please call 509-327-7965 for a free consultation. Free parking and coffee. Mark DeHaven
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05/31/2016
By: Deanna F.
P Whitaker Bryan Attorney At Law
My wife and I have used Bryan Whitaker on more than one occasion from dui to felony possession charges. Very pleased with his work.I was an hour late court the judge was not only not angry she seemed quite entertained.Beyond that he has gone above and beyond in our cases and we highly recommend him,if you happen to need his services.
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