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09/27/2017
By: Mary N.
J.D Process Service & Legal Support
Joyce did a wonderful job serving my elusive problem tenants. She got the job done, even when confronted with vicious verbal attacks. Thanks to her, my eviction went through flawlessly!
07/27/2017
By: J.d process S.
J.D Process Service & Legal Support
they saved me , My family couldn't get anyone too work with us thanks you "Joyce truly saved us. we were at our wits and after hiring a family lawyer Mrs. Blair she recommend we use Mrs. Smith and her representatives they worked with out budget. Thanks
07/25/2017
By: Quincie C.
J.D Process Service & Legal Support
I used this process service and they were very easy to work with, fast and reliable. Definitely recommend them!
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01/17/2017
By: J B.
Spencer & Sundstrom PLLC
I highly recommend Clayton Spencer an his very professional team! As a former prosecuting attorney Clayton brings a highly valuable set of professional skills to the table. I came to Clayton by way of referral, my personal situation was one that included the need for both criminal and family law representation. On both sides of the coin Clayton offered clear insight and assertive representation. Some attorneys will sit back and string the process out and pad their own pockets, NOT with Spencer & Sundstrom. I was made aware of options, advantages, and draw backs of potential actions and outcomes. My criminal representation lasted 2 weeks, ending in a dismissal. My divorce was finalized in 94 days from filing! To those of your considering representation, do yourself a favor and call these folks first. You will be hard pressed to find ANY attorney in the area to match their level of knowledge, professionalism, or commitment.
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09/17/2016
By: James T.
Jon J McMullen Law Office
Jon took my 16,000 drug me through a year ditching me only to throw me under the buss at, the last minut ide been better off on my own.
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02/04/2016
By: Winde C.
Spencer & Sundstrom PLLC
From the moment I hired Clayton, he has been & remains my steadfast advocate. Over the past five years, I have had 3 (2 family & 1 criminal) cases, in all 3 courts (District, Superior, & Appellate) requiring his counsel & representation.Clayton understands the sacred trust reposed in him, he earns & keeps that trust with every email, phone call, & face-to-face. Honest & forthwith, he explains the worst case scenario up front & delivers the best case scenario in the court room (if your case happens to go to trial).Clayton knows his way around the courtroom & commands attention through his legal expertise, experience, & his fluid communicative style. He has a PHENOMENAL courtroom presence! In fact, I would go to court (even when I was not required to be there) just to watch him in action!The outcome of ANY legal proceeding can have a serious impact on you for years to come. I highly recommend discussing your legal needs, issues, &/or questions w/ Clayton. Tell him Winde sent you!
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02/02/2016
By: Lcc T.
Law Office of Eulalia Soto PLLC
I hired Eulalia Soto to take care of a family member's removal proceedings case. Since day one she was direct over the phone but also rude. She never called to ask any questions regarding the case neither visited my family member in detention to touch base with him on the case. Finally, the day of the hearing, she arrived late, only talked with my family member in detention for about 15 minutes and represented him incredibly poor. His case also required knowledge of criminal justice, since it involved a police report, which she had already been told by me that it existed; yet she failed to properly inform and prepare her self well enough to defend him. Do to her not reading the police report ahead of time, she did not have an argument against the prosecutor, and my family member lost his chance of getting a bail. I highly not recommend this lawyer for immigration cases that involve criminal defense.
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01/27/2016
By: Charlene W.
Todd W Pascoe, Attorney At Law
Todd Pascoe represents what is left of honest attorneys who maintain hard work ethics, morals, values, and personal integrity. You can find this person in Todd Pascoe and those attorneys he selects to work in The prosecutor is interested in creating statistics of conviction rates, Todd is interested in the accusations being charged. Todd Pascoe digs deep into the evidence, finds the truth, then wages war against the lies being told. Todd Pascoe guided us through these tough days, negotiated with the prosecutors and holds them accountable.His dedication to old fashioned values of truth, integrity, fairness, hard work, and honesty lead us from despair to managing the stresses and arriving at a reasonable outcome. Todd Pascoe is fully dedicated to his beliefs, his clients, and his family. We could and did trust Todd Pascoe with my freedom. We were not disappointed. The prosecutor was looking for a sentence range between 25 - 50 years, Todd Pascoe negotiated a range of 365 - 366 days.
10/28/2015
By: Bo B.
Scott Horenstein Law Firm
Ben is an excellent, professional and caring attorney. I highly recommend his offices services. B. Bolinger
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08/19/2015
By: David B.
Stanley F Horak
Stanley has been an outstanding. A++++ five years after went in to ask more questions and gave us advice and didn't even charge us easy to work with great guy always follows through never leaves you in the lurch
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