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I found Gary Jay Beeber on Google. The worst thing i ever did was let him work on my case. He basically took my money. And i almost lost my kids. THEN HE WANTED MORE MONEY. Sooo long story short. I hired him, he told me it would be no more than $2500. Went to court on the date he arrange. HE SENT ME TO THE WRONG COURTROOM/ AND ON THE WRONG DATE. So After i figured everything out on my own. It was to late i had a bench warrant out for me. So then i called him back, Then he wanted Another $2500 To fix his own screw up with the court. So i had to fire him. I then called the courtroom and told them about my lawyer giving me the wrong court date and wrong room number. They told me it was to late. I now lost visitation rights with kids. and had a bench warrant out for me. So i hired another lawyer... and he got me out of this mess. THIS GUY HAS NO KNOWLEDGE AT ALL ABOUT FAMILY COURT. HE WILL GET YOUR KIDS TAKING AWAY.
Used Mr. Beeler’s services in family court and found him very efficient. He knows both family law and the court system. Mr. Beeler is extremely thorough and is always willing to go above and beyond the normal call of duty in order to assist with court issues. I appreciate Mr. Beeler’s professionalism and I know I can count on his outstanding service whenever I call him for assistance. As a result of Mr. Beeler’s excellent service, he consistently exceeded my expectations when it comes to law. I would highly recommend Mr. Beeler to anyone or any organization
Started out strong but soon began to drag his feet. Would wait for days to hear a response to questions only to have him email and question me if I had made a decision. I would always refer him back to the email where I had already responded. If you emailed questions to him, he would only answer one of the questions. Got to where I could only email or ask one question at a time. He/his office made a couple mistakes in the agreement where stipulations were left out (on more then one ocassion) or what they sent me to sign and what they sent opposing council to sign was two differently worded documents.
He was "fair" with his pricing. When he knew I was running out of money, he discounted my bill. However, it makes me wonder if that is when the service/performance started to drop.