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By: Mary R.
Ross Annette Z P Attorney
I was looking for an Estate Planning Attorney and naturally I asked my friends for advice. I found that Attorney Annette Ross' name kept coming up. I went to see her a so glad that I did! She spent time with me explaining everything without rushing me out the door. I could tell she really has my best interest at heart and takes her time to understand what my wishes and concerns are. It is hard to find someone you can trust, but so glad I found her. Her staff is also extremely kind and helpful.
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By: Rick L.
Pamela T Calderon PA
I went through a long difficult divorce of 25 years. Choosing an attorney was difficult but chose Pamela Caderon. She is a female bulldog and always took control of the situation. She seemed to always be knowledgeable of any situation. When I had a question she took time and in a timely manner to respond.Rick
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By: Sue H.
Ross Annette Z P Attorney
She was my mom's atty.. After my mom passed she did not respond to my emails and bills had been unpaid. She told me "she did not represent me" but my sister since she was the in charge of the trust. It was not put nicely. Estate money was put into the trust when I asked where the money was I was never answered. Her paralegal is the reason for the stars
By: Lisa T.
Sherry F Ellis PA
We hired Sherry in June of 2014. She was helping us file bankruptcy. I was constantly in contact with her for the first 2 months. Then in November she had us put everything on hold during the holidays. In January I contacted her again and she was evasive and had her assistant doing any contact which was usually to tell me that they were working on it. Finally, in April Sherry told us that her assistant was force to quit do to health reasons. She didn't contact us again so I pushed for her to get this done with no response until May at which time she told us we would have to pay again and start over. Which we did just to get this all done. We called her repeatedly to no avail. Late in 2015 we contacted the Florida Bar Association to tell them of her unethical practices and they said there was nothing they could do, it looked fine to them. So, NOW WHAT!? Sue a lawyer?!
By: A google U.
The Law Office of Bretton Inganamort, P.L.
If anyone out there needs a top notch lawyer, look no further, Bretton and his staff are very professional, extremely knowledgeable, they are truly in this business to help people, and that makes all the difference in the world, thank you Bretton! Chaz Robert Schmitz January 5, 2016
By: Lynne O.
Riddell Law Group
Still dealing with 2 easements that were not found in their shoddy title search one was for 10% of the property roughly 300 square feet. The closing was more than one year ago and this issue has not been resolved.. We were referred to the title insurance co and nothing has happened. We cannot recommend this company
Tips & Advices
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