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By: david.volta
Corbett Law Firm
Matt Corbett personally handled my injury case & settled & compensate for a huge reasonable amount. That's even after I moved 1,200 miles away to The State of Connecticut.Would Hire and Recommend to ALL My Family, Friends, & even a Stranger.... A HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TEAM OF LAW PROFESSIONALSThank You & Your Team Matt Corbett !
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By: Stephany P.
Richard Stevens
We hired this "attorney" to help us with a case involving our son. After $4,000 we had to hire another attorney. We received absolutely nothing from Mr. Stevens. Save your money and time. He is the type of person that gives attorney's a bad reputation.
By: Jerry B.
Law Office Of John D Hacker
John didn't show up for the first court date and then postponed two more times. He lied and said the court was him My son got his drivers license taken away and has to get sr22 for two years only because John didn't file an appeal before 30 days. He wouldn't return phone calls. When we finally got a hold of him he said none of it was his fault and he said I was checking up/following up too much with him and he quit the case. So all in all something that could've taken 1.5 months has now taken 3 months we have no lawyer and no refund and my son has to pay for sr22 and breathalyzer and $100 calibration every month~and he doesn't even drink!!! That's what the appeal was all about. John hacker: INCOMPETENT. RUDE. AND A QUITTERI highly advise everyone to stay away from his law office. We will try to get his license taken or have him disbarred. He is TERRIBLE!!!!
By: Greg B.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
In my professional and personal life, I have worked with Clancy Parks for nearly 20 years. I have found him and his firm to be very professional, proactive, and attentive to details. For these reasons, I continue to use Parks & Jones for my estate planning needs as well as recommend them to my friends, family, and business associates. It is with great conviction that I encourage you to reach out to Parks & Jones for your estate planning needs.
By: Ryan H.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
I have always received the best service and results from Clancy Parks. Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law are second to none.
By: Ernest R.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
We have been clients of Parks & Jones for over 16 years. They have helped us structure our living trusts and provided estate planning so that we are enjoying a comfortable retirement.We first encountered Clancy Parks more than 16 years ago at an investment conference. After doing some background checking we had a private meeting and soon developed a personable relationship. In all those years we have never felt that we were dealing with a law firm that was interested in billable hours but one that was interested in our well being and preserving our estate. This personal relationship continues though we have moved more than 1,300 miles from Springfield.
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By: Paul R.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
Parks & Jones is very knowledgeable in the matters that are very important to me. I need a firm that understands and keeps me abreast of any changes in estate planning and laws. I have trusted this firm for the past 15 years and have always been treated with respect and professionalism in all of my dealings. They have always been prompt in replying to my inquiries and always explains things in easy to understand terms.
By: Sandy H.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
Clancy Parks has been our attorney for many years, and we couldn't imagine going to anyone else. His level of expertise is unsurpassed! He is a scholar when it comes to the complexity of elder and estate law, yet he takes the time to carefully explain (in simple terms) all you need to know. We value his advice and appreciate the part he has played in helping us plan for our retirement and beyond. We highly recommend this firm!
By: Steve G.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
Clancy and his staff are extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of estate planning. Their knowledge and professionalism have been extremely helpful to us in our estate planning.
By: Grant W.
Parks & Jones, Attorneys At Law
I have been a long time client of Parks and Jones. I continue to be impressed by their professionalism and attention to detail.
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