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Sherry Collins’s client reviews

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Review Sherry Collins
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    Posted by Mary

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    I met with Miss Collins who promised me she would do her best to her best. $20,000 later, absolutely nothing had been resolved or agreed-upon, and I was forced handle my case in pro per. I got done in six months what Ms. Collins could not do in over three years and $20,000 in attorney bills. There were so many continuances in my case and I would get billed for all of them. At one point, she went into closed chambers with the judge and actually gave away some of my time and rights with my children without consulting me.

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    Posted by a Divorce client

    slow and slower

    She took a long time to get things accomplished. And when she did, it appeared to take many more hours than it should have. I wrote many responses myself, but her associate would retype and reformat and bill me.

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    Posted by a Child Custody client

    Fearmongering Waste of Money! Needs to retire already!

    This attorney is a lying, thieving, feminazi! She will convince you of all sorts of horrors and put you at odds with your ex to the point of detriment to your case and God forbid you have children!! She sees all clients as large dollar signs. Ask how many staff members she loses or how many times she's yelled at in court by judges. You're better off hiring anyone else or saving a ton of money and going pro per! You will not be satisfied with her unless you're a blood-sucking loser and even then prepare to fail because the judges in Riverside county all talk about her behind her back now. She's an awful attorney! Quite possibly the worst in the city!

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    Posted by a Divorce client

    sloooooooooow

    All my opinion...
    She took forever to get things done, so, since she bills by the hour, the costs added up quickly. I felt like she stopped working for me after she had all of the money I could give her. So, after spending over $30,000, I felt like I didn't matter any more. After three years, now, on the brink of a trial, I have no choice but to go it alone. She did not turn out to be the person I believed her to be.

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