|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1989||06/03/2017|
|Assistant U.S. Attorney||Northern District Of Georgia||1989 - 1999|
|Attorney||United States Army Jag Corps||1983 - 1989|
|University of Florida||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|National Advocacy Center Department of Justice||Employment Discrimination||2003|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution Section||Alternative Dispute Resolution||2001|
Posted by anonymous
I called and made an appointment for a consultation for a family will. We show up and she thinks we are there for bankruptcy. After getting through the initial misunderstanding we go over everything we want for a will. She gave us plenty of time to answer questions and go over exactly what we wanted. She said her office would contact us in a couple of days to schedule for us to come in and sign the documents. I never received the call and sent her an email inquiring. I also requested that we have the ability to review the documents prior to our appointment. She finally responded and agreed to send and that we would need to call office to set up the appointment. I called the office and scheduled the appointment. I was told i needed to bring someone to witness the documents. A day or two before the appointment we still had not received the documents to review, but figured they were just busy and we would go over the documents when we got there. I scheduled for a friend to witness and they met us at the appointment. Nothing that we had previously discussed was included in the paperwork, it was as if we had never met her before and she couldn't find the paperwork. So we go over all the changes that need to be made and was told we would receive a call when they were complete....We never heard from them again. Ended up meeting with another attorney a couple months later and was able to complete our family wills within a week for less money that what we were going to pay her. Very frustrating experience!
Posted by anonymous
We ran into some troubles after my husband was in the hospital. He lost his job, which led to losing his car. Unfortunately, we ended up owing way more than we could pay between the car and medical bills. Patricia talked through our options, and helped us file a chapter 7 bankruptcy. She even agreed to do all this for us for a very reasonable price. We are very grateful for all of her help.
Posted by Dana
I am so glad that I found this law office for my bankruptcy case. This was a very stressful time for me and I didn't know what to expect or how this process worked. I heard horror stories about the well advertised bankruptcy offices so I chose a smaller office. From my very first visit Pat and Gloria treated me like family. Everything was thoroughly explained and they went above and beyond to reassure me when things took longer than expected. These ladies are the best!!! Thank you for everything.
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