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Brent Allan Rose

Brent Rose’s reviews

     3.5 stars 3 total

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  • Divorce

    5.0 stars

    Posted by a client

    I had a very complex divorce with a lot of assets at stake. Mr. Rose did a great job and was excellent in every way.

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  • Mr. Rose is an example of what an attorney should be.

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Joe

    While I have not retained Mr. Rose to represent me in any legal matters because his office is 3 hours away from me, he has provided very good advice and swift, accurate answers to my legal questions on this site. I'm sure attorneys on this website stand to gain little by taking time to answer questions for non-clients. The fact that he has answered or agreed to another attorney's answer to all of my questions AND replied to my comments or follow up questions on his answers regarding my current legal matter demonstrates to me that he is a selfless individual that has a genuine desire to help people that are going through possibly the most difficult and challenging time in their life. I don't need to meet or know Mr. Rose or any of his associates to say with all confidence that I would trust him to handle my legal matters. Thank you, Mr. Rose, for caring enough to give freely of your time and expertise.

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  • Pulled off the case before it was complete

    1.0 star

    Posted by a Child Custody client

    Mr Rose agreed to take the case for a flat fee + filing costs. He walked away from the case before it was completed because I refused to pay him an additional $8k. I paid him over $3k more than the agreed amount. and I still do not have my child.

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    Brent Allan Rose’s response: “This was not a flat fee case. It was a complex, multi-state custody case, and the client, an ex-con, was informed in writing about the hourly billing practices of the firm. The firm was forced to withdraw when the client refused to pay. The client was given months to bring the bill current and was given numerous opportunities to makes payments and enter into payment plans.”