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Alejandro Radice’s client reviews

     3.0 stars 4 total

Review Alejandro Radice
  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by Nathaniel

    Best attorney yet

    I had hired several lawyers for my divorce cases before hiring Alex. He was the only one that successfully got me divorced, and I came out with not paying anything to my ex and he got some money from her instead. He worked hard and was very diligent. I highly recommend him.

  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by a Family client

    Great lawyer

    I had a difficult case and my lawyer was able to handle it efficiently and creatively. He explained my case realistically, and we were able to get a favorable outcome on custody.

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by S.M.

    Worst attorney

    He did not work on my behalf, did not keep me informed, and did not work for anything I hired him for. Worst attorney ever.

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by a Child Custody client

    WORST family attorney

    This was the worst family attorney anyone could ever hire!! He was lazy and non-aggressive about fighting for his clients rights and what they deserve. He will corner you in and convince you to come to an "agreement" with the other party.
    Alex refused to fight for the original reason I had hired him for! Yes, he was slightly less expensive then other attorney but now I see why!! I can' believe I've payed this man thousands of dollars and did absolutely NOTHING for my case. I did all the investigation, provided all the evidence needed to the attorney, just for him to tell me that he would not be presenting my case and should come to a ridiculous agreement.
    If you want a good chance at your case, hire a different attorney!

    Alejandro Radice’s response: “Clients routinely have unrealistic expectations of what can be done in a courtroom and believe that any outcome other than what they want is due to the lawyer's neglect or lack of ability. Lawyers meet with judges in chambers regularly in family cases and, when confronted with a judge's opinion of a case that is not favorable to your client, it would be unethical not to give the client a straightforward assessment of their prospects. Agreements are almost always better than risking an uncertain outcome in litigation, particularly where the judge has telegraphed their position in chambers. Finally, it is the client who decides whether or not to accept an agreement, not the attorney.”