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By: Andrew E.
Phelps Tax & Financial Services
This Is my first time giving a bad review to anyone, typically I move on about my day but this has to be the worst we have been treated as a customer. So long story short we have yet to receive our state taxes we filed 6 months ago. They didn't file all the forms needed to get the return. The 2nd time my wife called asking questions, Louann the owner/ operator got very loud and acted as if she was out of line for wondering what was going on. She also was upset that we had called her on her personal phone number she had previously given us and told my wife to start using the office number (which she doesn't answer very often) She insisted that she had did her JOB....and filed the form my wife was calling to verify ,because she had already called the state to see what was the hold up. She even when as far as calling all the people at the state stupid and don't have there stuff together. Come to find out she hadn't and wanted to charge us more. We are now handling it ourselves, which is fine. At some point she also told my wife that maybe we should find someone else in the future. We both was very shocked at the way she handled the situation. I believe we have used her for the last three years. The first year we used her services she missed a couple of large write offs. The following year after we had filed our taxes again we caught the mistake. We ended up having to amend the returns costing us several hundreds more. Keep in mind we have a couple small businesses so we was spending a fair penny to have her file for us. Huge lack of integrity at this establishment. Go elsewhere!!!
By: Gina R.
Stacy Ortega Law Office
Awful lawyer. Does the bare minimum, avoid at all costs. Charges for everything and does minimal work. She also does not fight for you.
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By: Dusti F.
Law Office of James T McIntyre
Worst attorney and business man I have seen! He did nothing for a minor that is abused! I do not suggest him to pick up dog feces! He will charge you too much for nothing! If you want something done do it yourself before you employ him! He will lose your case!
By: caleb.shrout
Cei Accounting
Fantastic! Greg has been my accountant for over 10 years. I started using him because I bought a business and he had already been doing the taxes there. I am so glad I stayed with him. He always takes the time to help me with the many issues businesses face. I have sent people his way to do their personal taxes and they were very happy. Give them a try, you won't be disappointed!
By: Dean H.
Ward Law Offices
I personally had Dennis Phelps legal assistance when I was involved in a workplace injury. In the beginning the insurance adjuster seemed like they were looking out for my best interest, but that soon changed when I asked about getting a second opinion from a doctor of my choosing. Soon after my weekly benefits were cut off, because of the doctor they(insurance company) sent me to said something other than what the doctor I went to for a second opinion said. I immediately hired Dennis Phelps as my work comp attorney. The power trip was over for the insurance company adjuster. Weekly benefits were reinstated and recommendations from that second opinion were followed through on. Over the four years, I underwent several surgeries and numerous procedures but if I had a question and called or emailed Mr. Phelps he would always respond back within a few hours. I am very grateful for Mr. Phelps attentive advice and support he provided to our family during this lengthy process. He was able to negotiate the maximum award amount for my injury which has helped greatly. If you get injured at work, don't hesitate, give Dennis Phelps a call. He is very professional and will get you the correct medical treatment and benefits you deserve along with the maximum settlement in the end!
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By: Gayle S.
Arif Haeri LLP Law Offices
I know of five people that have used this attorney for their bankruptcies. & I plan to use them as well. They have all had very positive experiences. The attorney is very helpful in regard to payment arrangements and he is very aggressive with creditors who try to collect after the bankruptcy has been discharged. He is the only bankruptcy attorney I will recommend to others.
By: Cheryl J.
Tammy Martin Law Office
I have seen Tammy twice, the first time nearly 20 years ago and again just this week. She was, both times, very helpful, knowledgeable, courteous and friendly, caring, efficient, timely with services needed, and fees for services rendered were extremely reasonable. She met with me and my two witnesses at a nursing home so my brother did not have to leave his room to sign the forms needed. Both episodes of services needed were absolutely positive and I would not hesitate one second to seek further legal help from Tammy Martin. Thank you, again, Tammy!
By: Susan J.
Tammy Martin Law Office
Tammy Martin is a compassionate, knowledgeable attorney who is very efficient and gets things taken care of quickly. She is not someone who requires follow-up phone calls and that is greatly appreciated. She is very experienced in family law.
By: Adam G.
Gagne Leah
retained her, paid her, she quit less than 2 weeks from the settlement conf. and a month before the trial as she didnt wnat to deal with my exwife anymore. thought that was what i paid her for. gueess not.
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By: Aly S.
Law Office of James T McIntyre
Horrible. I do not recommend this office to anyone. Much was missed due to carelessness. He is cheap, but you get what you pay for. Also office staff and Jim are impossible to get a hold of. I switched to a new attorney recently and I am upset that I didn't do it sooner.
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