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10/06/2017
By: Ashley F.
Robert Spaugh Attorney At Law
Not sure what I regret more, attempting to use Mr. Spaugh or waiting too long to warn the public about him. He was referred by 2 family friends & truly wish we would've done more research on him. Sincerely feel as if he took our money, ran & took advantage of being our 1st lawyer. The lack of communication was horrific, His unprofessionalism in attempting to "represent" us in court was beyond embarrassing. Do your research & trust your gut when it comes to others representing your children & life.
04/24/2017
By: Jane D.
Kelly, Scott
Very helpful throughout handling my case. Mr. Lee helped me immensely through a very difficult time. Highly recommend him!
02/07/2017
By: barbarakurtz
Lewis, Michael
I will never forget how well I was treated by your law firm. You treated me with respect and kindness. My attorney was caring and kind. Thank you for all you've done.
01/13/2017
By: Alan P.
Caffey David Attorney at Law
David Caffey has handled several Real Estate purchases and refinances for my wife and I over the last 15 years and we have always been extremely happy working with him. He is prompt and professional which always made us feel very comfortable and well taken care of. I will continue to be a repeat customer and I do highly recommend Mr. David Caffey to be your Attorney.
09/14/2016
By: Joe S.
Sloan, Norman L, JD
Mr. Sloan was conceited and rude, and during trial he was such a know it all that in the end the judge ruled against my favor just because he was so annoyed by it all! He took my money and screwed me just cause he had a bad day apparently!
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04/14/2016
By: kansas101
Love & Dillenbeck, PLLC
They said they were Consumer Protection Attorney's according to their advertisements on the net they are the furthest thing. We needed a real Consumer Protection Attorney. Not someone who again talks big and doesn't deliver. Not recommended.
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03/04/2016
By: Jose M.
Tucker Len & Associates
I am just here to give yoh guys an honest review on Mr.Tucker. He will speak to you as a caring person interested in your case. but in my particular situation( child support and custody case), I had paid him a 1500$ reatiner, it was the dumbest move I have made. He took my money, only showed up to Two hearings, didnt say speak up for me. Did not communicate with me, wrote no letters absolutly, filed no motions. rarely answrred my calls during business hours. Honestly unless he can honestly start to do his job as he had sworn to do avoid business with this "lawyer".
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01/04/2016
By: Kristie P.
Tucker Len & Associates
This man is a sorry excuse for an attorney. When I originally went to him his best option for me was to keep postponing my case. Well I didn't use him and stayed out of jail. The second time he took my money and didn't even start my case for 2 months. Then wouldn't refund my money because he is broke.
09/04/2015
By: Samuel S.
Alexander B Stubbs Law Office
Mr. Stubbs handled my case with the upmost professionalism and competence. I highly recommend Mr. Stubbs.
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07/22/2015
By: Joseph L.
Mike Lewis Attorneys
The firm kept me informed throughout the settlement process.
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