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07/11/2016
By: Stanelle C.
Gregory L. Dodd, Attorney At Law
Mr Dodd is precise, and very experience in his field. He is friendly and made me feel very comfortable. This was my first time meeting with a lawyer for anything. I was a little intimidated because i did not know what to expect. He explained everything very clearly I always knew exactly what he was doing and what was going on. And what he expected from me. No unexpected surprises or hidden extra cost. Very Very reasonably priced. Answered all my questions I was never confused or unclear about anything.He always responded back to me in a timely matter. I had a little issue, Mr Dodd went beyond to help me to correct the problem with my employer. I highly recommend Mr Gregory Dodd. Sir Thank you again, for your help. My life is so much better, because of you.
05/27/2016
By: Patrick M.
Roberts & Freatman
I recently approached Roberts and Freatman about some pro bono work for a non-profit I am starting. Christina was more the happy to help out. Never having dealt with the incorporation process before I was anticipating a long complex process. Christina’s knowledge of the procedures made the process quick and easy. She was there helping every step of the way and even going the extra mile and calling the State of Michigan and IRS to ensure the paperwork was submitted properly (this is even more impressive when you consider this was pro bono work). This allowed me to focus on other pressing issues all the while knowing I was in great hands. Thank you Christina for your help and support in getting my charity up and running. I would highly recommend her to anyone who wants a caring and supportive attorney.
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05/25/2016
By: Jonathan B.
Roberts & Freatman
The team of lawyers at this firm are some of the most respected, well versed, attorneys you can work with. As an attorney myself, I sometimes need advice and direction with my personal case load. This is the firm I go to to get my legal questions answered and it should be the one you go to as well. Thank you for reading my opinion on this fantastic firm and I wish you the best as you handle your legal concerns
10/25/2014
By: Trai H.
Killewald Robert J Law Firm
He's a1 ! Good to work with and works with anyone and is reliable 100
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