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Posted by Anthony, a Real Estate client,
I have known Keith Meisel for over 10 years. He was recommended to me by a business associate and I was not disappointed. At that time, he took over a real estate case for me that had literally been lost by my previous attorney. KeithMeisel managed to have the previous decision overturned and eventually won that case saving me well over $100,000.00 in equity and tens of thousands in future income. He has handled several other matters for me since that time always in a prompt and highly professional manner. He has a powerful court presence and is an outstanding negotiator. I could not recommend him highly enough.
Posted by Stuart, a Debt Collection client,
Keith Meisel has been my attorney for over 10 years.First,he successfully handled my very complicated divorce.I am very happy with the asset distribution he arranged and the custody agreements( I retained custody of my two children and the majority of my assets.). We moved on to Keith handling most of my personal and business legal affairs. He has proven to be very knowledgeable in all aspects of law,including setting up corporations and limited liability companies, Personal injury claims, Real Estate Title work and closings, Mortgage and forcloures law and defense, Dwelling Fire Damage Claims, Evictions, and the filing of lawsuits against others.(Small claims). Keith has also been fair in his billing, and at all times has been willing to work out financial arrangements with me on money owed to him.
Posted by a Divorce client,
Never keep me informed or in the decision making process. Only ran up the bill. Many promises of motions but no follow thru. In the end another lawyer hired 2 clean up the mess. What took him 15 months took other lawyer 3 months. He allowed personal problems to affect work