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I have used Mr. Roberts on many occasions for legal work and have found him to be one of the most knowledgeable and efficient attorneys I have ever worked with. His attention to detail and his personal interest in a successful outcome make him unsurpassed in his field.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank this gent of a man for helping the invisible groups of people who are picked on because of being different than others. He led me and my life partner to the most precious spot in Vermont so we could experience the bond of being married, which others take so highly for granted in this county. He was willing to schedule late night meetings, weekend meetings, and bent over backwards to help a couple in need. He knew his stuff and threw his heart and soul into turning my life around, when a special event that occurred in Vermont LEGALLY was fixing to be stripped from me. It is great to know that you don't have to travel such awful distances like Orlando to get fine representation and without any prejudice. I have nothing but kudos for this young man and he has the compassion necessary to ignore the ignorance and sheltered attitudes that small town mentality can foster about the LGBT communities. In bigger cities, this is not an issue, and lawyers can be found easily to help all people regardless of color, sex, or , preference. Thanks again for all your help, encouragement and personal care. You have been highly recommended to all in the Panhandle in the LGBT community for your eagerness to attack the discrimination issues that so many tend to ignore. He also was very kind to give me the opportunity to make payments as I couldso that I could financially use him.
I have retained this man. After I retained him, I found out that he is not always ethical. I ignored these "rumors". Since then, I have been asked to fabricate stuff, stick with "his story" which were highly exagerrated versions of the truth. I do not feel comfortable being dishonest in court and was shocked to hear some of the things he has asked me to say and do. He is a highly intelligent man, and is a workaholic. He works harder than any other person I have ever known. (to include nights and weekends) I have to give him that. He has been quick to respond to all of my requests as I go through my divorce. So, if you are the type that can sleep at night knowing that you have not told "truths" in front of a judge and soon to be ex, than this is your man. I just am the type of person that struggles to do things like this. When I take my oath, I stick to it.