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10/17/2017
By: Brad W.
James S Price Bankruptcy Attorney
What an amazing and excellent experience I have had with Mr. Price and Pam his paralegal. They always respond quickly to my emails and phone calls and he WON our case - which was the cherry on top. Thanks so much for your commitment to my case, I would highly recommend this office to my own friends and family!!!
03/12/2017
By: P D.
Collins, David B Jr P C
I was referred to Mr. Collins back in Dec. 2016 for some trouble our son got into in NC. Mr. Collins was referred to us by some local residents and was well qualified to handle our case. He immediately started working on our case and was able to negotiate our case for a great outcome. Mr. Collins was very professionsal and his knowledge of the legal system was very impressive. His networking skills and his great relationships with all parites involved was able to provide us the services needed for a good outcome for our son. I would highly recommend him for any legals needs in North Carolina.
01/05/2017
By: Drew B.
Mason & Rutherford
I recently hired Mr. Mason for a DUI case. I was charged in the summer of 2016 and since then he worked hard to provide me with the best possible outcome. I'm proud and happy to say this January the case was dismissed. I'm truly blessed and I owe it to Bruce for making sure we had our chess pieces in order. I'd recommend Mr. Mason to my own mother!
12/09/2016
By: Jamie U.
Collins, David B Jr P C
I contacted Mr. Collins about a serious traffic offense just three days before going to court. When I found out I could be facing jail, I freaked out! Mr. Collins was understanding, serious and did not hesitate to assure me that he and his team were with me. Well, he delivered more than promised. My charge was lowered saving me possible jail time, I saved over 1,000 dollars in new insurance charges and extra fees. Mr. Collins is an amazing lawyer and a kind person. If you are facing court, you need to have him on your side!
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05/16/2016
By: brxtreme_cleaning
Hewlett Collins & Allard
Buddy Allard has been great to work with. He has gone over and above to help me with my legal issues. He returns my calls promptly and continuously updates me with my case. Great attorney, and an all-around standup great person.
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02/01/2016
By: Jasmine B.
Tise Allan Brandon
I highly recommend Tise Allan Brandon as family law & divorce attorney. I recently used Allan's services for my divorce, Allan is very professional and understood my needs was able to complete my divorce in a very short time frame. I was very satisfied with his results. Allan is a great resource and attorney to have on your side. Don't hesitate to use Tise Allan Brandon for your family law needs.
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12/31/2015
By: Michelle P.
Howland Law Firm Pa
Do you need an attorney that will fight for you and get the minimum and most sinceful result for your situation? Eric Howland has been a friend, legal advisor, and defense attorney for me since I moved to Wilmington 10 years ago. I must say I just turned 21 when moving to Wilmington and life was good thank the heavens so was Eric Howland the caring attorney that had helped me and my family with all legal matters. This man is passionate, and willing to fight for his clients. Not only the present issue but long-term effects a legal issue can have on ones criminal background. That's why I must say this attorney will go far and beyond to get the justice you need. Thanks Eric for being the man you are and having the passion you have for your title. Your friend, Michelle Grant.
05/27/2015
By: S T.
Rutledge Law Firm
Any liar for hire that calls on a federal holiday is basically the leading candidate for Jackwagon of the Year and need not be given the time of day. Furthermore, any lawyer who serves as witness to a POA need not in turn attempt to dangle even a single toe in the waters of a family's affairs given she clearly cannot swim. How people like this pass the bar is an absolute anomaly to me but, then again, we are talking about someone who makes business calls on a bank holiday. That alone is a clear indication that she has no business handling the affairs of the one percenters with whom she has somehow magically managed to cross paths. In short? Useless and unattractive. Run for your life.
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05/22/2015
By: Debra B.
Rutledge Law Firm
DO NOT EVER use this firm. Mark Rutledge is a very unprofessional and knows just enough law to keep himself from getting sued. He NEVER answers the phone or returns calls. Even if a judge appoints him as Public administrator for your estate case...do NOT accept him. He is dishonest, manipulative and is only out for himself. You have been warned!!
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03/20/2015
By: Nicole T.
Hewlett Collins & Allard
Buddy Allard is not only a great attorney but a deep down good human being who cares. His impeccable knowledge, professionalism and experience in Wilmington court is worth every penny! It's evident in the courtroom, he's very well respected in Wilmington's legal community (which is something you can't buy). Buddy went well above and beyond what I think 99.9%,of attorneys would do to clear my record. I would highly recommend him!
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