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By: Anne L.
Puff & Cockerill Law Offices
Jeffrey Puff took on a difficult guardianship case for us that looked impossible to win and he did win it. He works hard, is direct, and opposing counsel fear him. He is an expert in the law with years of experience. We can't thank him and his staff enough for all they did for us.
By: Genie M.
Kelly A. Conroy Law Office
Came recommend by Kathy Gagnon to me...
By: tom.simms.334
Caplin Brian L
Brian did good work for me but, he is sometimes difficult to contact. Does anyone know where he is? Haven't heard from him in some time and I need to talk with him. I would be disappointed to change my positive opinion of him just because he doesn't return phone calls.
By: maryanne.swander
Caplin Brian L
Worst lawyer ever. Took advantage of me and took my money. I lost my son and he still did no work for me on my case. Took my 1,000 dollars and will not give it back. Went to arbitration on this matter today and won. He did not even show up for that. Disgusting that he would take advantage of a grieving mother. Had to do all my own work. 0 stars from me. Had to put one star or it would not let me post.
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