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|VA||Authorized to practice law||2012||02/13/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Attorney||Steven Krieger Law, PLLC||2013 - Present|
|Founder||Access to Justice Lawyer Referral Service||2014 - 2015|
|Hearing Examiner||Los Angeles Department Of Transportation||2012 - 2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Fairfax Bar Association||Member||2014 - Present|
|Lyon Village Citizens Association||Assistant Volunteer Coordinator||2013 - Present|
|Arlington Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|Alexandria Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|United States Professional Tennis Association||Professional Instructor||2007 - Present|
|Online Defamation in DC||Client was able to keep review posted.|
|Arlington Tear Down Project||Approval of variance by Arlington Board of Zoning Appeals|
|Landlords and Tenants Both Have Rights||My clients rights were protected -- landlords or tenants|
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|18 The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice 144||Low Bono Legal Counsel: Closing the Access to Justice Gap by Providing the Middle Class with Affordable Attorneys||2016|
|14 New Criminal Law Review 333||Why Our Justice System Convicts Innocent People and the Challenges Faced By Innocence Projects Trying to Exonerate Them||2011|
|45 Creighton Law Review 131||Do “Tough on Crime” Politicians Win More Elections? An Empirical Analysis of California State Legislators from 1992 to 2000||2011|
|University of California at Los Angeles School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2011|
|University of Michigan||Business Administration||BBA||2002|
|D.C. Bar Lunch and Learn||Low Bono for the Small Firm Lawyer: How to Start Grow and Manage a Low Bono Practice in D.C.||2016|
|Looking into Low Bono: Reduced Fee Legal Referral Services||Looking into Low Bono: Reduced Fee Legal Referral Services||2015|
|D.C. Bar Lunch and Learn||Low Bono for the Small Firm Lawyer: How to Successfully Start/Manage and Grow a Low Bono Practice in D.C||2015|
|District of Columbia Bar||Low Bono for the Small Firm Lawyer: How to Successfully Start and Manage and Grow a Low Bono Practice in DC||2013|
Posted by Anthony
Steven recently assisted me with a landlord-tenant matter, and I couldn't be happier with his help. He very quickly responded to the inquiry that I made through his website and was soon assisting me with an issue related to the termination of a lease. I never had to wait long to hear back from Steven and I always felt like he was engaged with my case. He not only helped with interpreting the lease, but also gave important insight into how the issue would probably play out based on his experience. Ultimately, Steven suggested a fair compromise based on the likely outcome under the law and his practical insight, and the compromise was accepted by the other party. His legal opinion definitely helped broker the compromise and saved us all a lot of time and grief while also protecting my legal rights and property.
Although not every issue might be resolved as cleanly as mine was, I am confident that Steven will quickly work with any client to handle their issues, and he will give candid advice to help his clients to make a smart, informed decision.
Posted by Olcay
My tenants were not paying their rent and were refusing to vacate my property. The management company to which I entrusted my property while I was overseas kept charging a monthly fee but did not collect the rent. Seven months in with no rent money and an exploitative management company, it was beyond time to find a lawyer!
I found Mr. Steven Krieger’s blog post regarding the eviction process in Virginia. I was impressed by the level of detail he provided and the clear, concise way he presented information on the topic (he was certainly far more thorough than the county website). He also freely answered people’s questions on the post itself, something I hadn’t seen other lawyers do on their websites. After reading the reviews on his service, I decided to contact Mr. Krieger to resolve the problems with my tenants and evict them.
He was the best thing happened to me in this ordeal. Any dread I had about the situation was eased from the very first call. Mr. Krieger answered my emails immediately, even the ones I sent very late in the day, and he remained extremely punctual throughout the legal process. He answered all my questions, provided calm and sharp insight, gave excellent advice, and always kept my interests in mind. Mr. Krieger’s assistant, Ms. Assya Thode, also kindly provided prompt help. They both were very compassionate and sensitive to my situation.
During the five months he worked on my case, Mr. Krieger offered goal-oriented guidance. Our court procedures took a longer time than I expected because the tenants appealed the case. In court, while the tenant’s lawyer resorted to crude assumptions to discredit my case, Mr. Krieger remained confident and composed.
Ultimately, the tenants paid all of the unpaid rent, late fees, attorney’s fees, and had to vacate our home. In the process, I learned not to waste time before going to court in case of any problem with tenants. I also learned that an excellent lawyer like Mr. Krieger is indispensable.
I wholeheartedly recommend Mr. Steven Krieger. Thank you Steven for a stellar job!
Posted by KP
The title of my review is enough to indicate the satisfation that we received from Steve's legal services.
I thought of using 'wow', but that might mean either way. So, the clear positive title. But I digress.
Background: we live in NJ and have an investment home in VA; had an issue simmering with the tenant that was threatening to esclate to a more serious and stressful level. We felt at our hearts that we were not wrong and had proof that we did everything we could to address the unfortunate situation that the tenant faced for a few weeks. Just as it was about to get worse, we decided to check with Steve and are so glad we reached out to him.
From the first complemntary call - we never saw him or had to drive down - he put our minds at ease and laid out the options we had and their respective pros and cons. He also mentioned the fees for each option if we proceeded to engage him and asked us to first attempt something on our own before going thru him. We thanked him and followed one of his suggestions.
Situation defused but got messy the following month when the tenant wanted a new credit based on a new hospital expense. She also hinted that she had also spoken to a lawyer, who felt that she had an extremely strong case.
We promptly reached out to Steve and engaged him by paying a retainer. Steve was extremely thorough and prompt in responding to our emails/calls. He suggested the best course of action, which was both a compromise and a small credit to the tenant but involved her signing a declaration that she can no longer come to us for any future claims however damaging that might be.
Tenant agreed and signed.
And get this: Steve emailed us a check later for nearly 25% of our payment and informed us that the total time he spent on our calls/emails and preparing the letter was less than what he anticipated.
You can now see why Steve will always be the first attorney that I will reach out to for ANY real estate legal issues.
HIGHLY recommend him!
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