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I had just recently returned from my Second tour of duty in Iraq and I was looking for an attorney that could help me in Expunging or Sealing my CORI from past. I came upon Mr. Corbos website and sent him off an E-mail early on a Sunday morning, to my surprise he wrote me back shortly afterward and stated he was working in the office and could meet me that day or any day that was conveient, I set up an appointment for the very next day and met him at 1300.
Mr. Corbo was friendly, personable and easy to talk to, I felt at ease and comfortable while he immediatley started looking over my CORI to see what he could do for me. Mr. Corbo and I spoke awhile and he came to the conclusion that I could handle the case by myself, he felt the sealing of my records did not warrant his expertise, but offered his services if I did have any trouble with my mission. Mr. Corbo had printed some very helpful information and the proper form for me prior to our appointment and gave them to me at no charge, he also sent me valuable web site links via E-mail that contained a wealth of information again at no charge. When I left Mr. Corbos office I felt as if I had known him for years and was glad that I had driven up from Cape Cod to meet with him! I highly recommend Mr. Corbo and if heaven forbid I need an Attorney in the future I will be sure to call him.
P.S. He says he's full blooded Italian, but looks 100% Irish Lad!! He's a good guy!
I would just like people to known not only is Jim Corbo a wonderful attorney, he also is a wonderful caring man. He represented my son, not only did he go above and beyond, he was always available to answer any questions and also put my mind at ease. As a single mother that meant so much to me, he acted like my sons was his only case, I will always be greatful to Mr. Corbo.