Posted by Lashelle
I have known Attorney Moore for six years and she has been my attorney for the last three years. I first learned about Ms. Moore, the woman, in 2008 through her constant commitment to numerous community agencies and causes. Her law practice is one of a few locally that allows high school and local college students to intern at her business. I learned about Ms. Moore as an attorney as she is representing me in my divorce after being married to a military member for 20 years. She is very knowledgeable in all areas of law. Over the years, I recommended other military families and co-workers to her firm. I would not have done that or continue to recommend people to her firm if I did not believe her to be a proficient and professional woman and attorney. I have not experienced any negative customer service. Ms. Moore's office staff is very hands on and knows me by name. She always asks me how I am doing and how the kids are. She really cares about me as a person as well as the outcome of my case. She has a very big heart and has gone above and beyond to help me in other areas of my life. Ms. Moore is helping me through a difficult life situation. She is very compassionate and understanding. That has come with practicing law since 1975. The best advice is to try Ms. Moore for yourself for your next legal woes.
Posted by a Criminal Defense client
This "Lawyer" failed to show up for court dates, promised me that all my legal problems would go away, went to court and represented me without my permission. Failed to inform me of court dates. Would hurry me out of her office when we tried to meet with her. We paid her a hefty sum to go to trail instead she made plea deal behind my back. Which I did not want to do or did not agree to, I am now fighting this on my own. Do not use this attorney unless you are actually guilty and will agree to a plea bargain. She also went behind my back with a ADA and represented me in my case and agreed to a plea arrangment and by the time I knew what she had done, it was a year later after reviewing my court records. And my "agreement".