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By: randyeinozark
The Harden Law Firm PC
I used Mr. Harden for several things (including too many tickets)! I had a friend who wanted me to buy a piece of land who wanted to me to go in for one half on it. I spoke to another attorney (and his partner) and they spent most of the time telling me what a "dumb" idea it was. Mainly because I apparently had fewer rights because we are not married. I simply wanted to buy the land and needed advice, but also the solution! Mr. Harden came up with the great idea to create a partnership with the land and use a LLC partnership agreement. This not only gave me great protection, but also gave me the ability to easily sell my portion off for more than I paid for it a few months later.
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.
By: brandondan
The Harden Law Firm PC
My wife had taken a judgment on me on a divorce case. She had lied to me and so I got Wesley Harden as an attorney to help. Even though I was unemployed because of my back injury and could only pay a very little amount, he took my case anyway. The result was that we were able to throw out the judgment. He later negotiated a great settlement of my divorce and child support. The child support was very little because of my lack of working. He never came back after me for the remainder of the money I owed him and he told me finally not to worry about it! He was glad to help me out.
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By: Brooke D.
Jones & Musgrave LLC
There aren't enough stars on here to rate exactly how I feel about Kristin Jones, or Lonnie! This is one of the best attorneys I have ever used. She is compassionate, she fights hard for her clients, she has a wonderful personality, she is always quick to get back to her clients, she never leaves them hanging always takes the time to make sure you know exactly what is going on and what needs to be done so you never have to guess! I would recommend her to any and everyone that needs an attorney. Plus she is wonderful for kids.
By: anthonyc1506
The Harden Law Firm PC
I used Wesley several times over the last few years. He saw me through my divorce and helped secure a great visitation schedule for my 3 kids. Although my wife's attorney was always difficult, Wesley always took charge and after several months and a long trial, he got the judge to see things my way. My favorite thing about Wesley was that he wasn't obsessed over the bill and gave me lots of time to pay him back. Also, he even called me a couple of times on Saturday and was always there to take my calls.
By: jamesonsdad
The Harden Law Firm PC
I used Mr. Harden for my son's felony charge of destroying property. Wesley was first and foremost a soothing person and walked our family through a very difficult time. Although we were not able to pay very much due to my being disabled, he did not slack on his duties and gave us great attention. He was able to get the felony downgraded to a simple misdemeanor which allowed my son to go to college after he graduated high school. Great work!
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: Suzie Q.
McCrimmons, Susanna J.D.
Mrs. McCrimmons is a lawyer that is compassionate about her clients and makes sure to go above and beyond to help to bring forth the truth in all matters. She made a stressful situation turn into a blessing and made the entire process well worth the fight. I cannot express enough how appreciative I am to have had her as a lawyer and help to win my case. I recommend her to anyone I come into contact with for she performs with great success!
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!
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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.
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