Posted by John
My wife and I have belonged to a legal network for about twenty years that charges a monthly fee for legal advice. We call one number and then are given an "expert" in the field we need assistance with. This is the first time I used this network. I talked to Beverly the first time and then an assistance in the law office a second time. I had entered into a written agreement with my neighbor and I would do the contract with the actual contractor. The neighbor's cost was $12,000. I was only paid by the neighbor less than $6000 and then the neighbor passed away unexpectedly. I sued the Estate in small claims and they said they would pay me but didn't. However, when I went to court Friday, I was embarrassed when the judge said I needed to sue within three years. The actual time was three years one month. The first contractor skipped out without finishing the job and went back to Mexico resulting in over two years construction. Beverly told me I could sue within SEVEN years instead of three. I got stuck paying the entire bill which was about $24,000 less the $6000 I received resulting in a lose of $6000. I don't think Ms. Marr is familiar with written contracts/agreements. When talking to her, we felt rushed and unimportant. With better advice, I would have sued quicker or never spent the money suing.
Posted by Eric
She prepared my will but refused to provide an editable electronic copy so that I could keep it up to date myself. Do not use if you would like to have control over the contents of your will after retaining her services.