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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Legal Achievement on behalf of the Victims of Domesic Violence||Willimson County Task Force Against Domestic Violence||2011|
|Paul Harris Fellow||Franklin Noon Rotary Club||2010|
|President||Milazo Law, P. C.||1999 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Franklin Noon Rotary Club||Member||2006 - Present|
|Williamson County Bar Association||Member||1999 - Present|
|University of Mississippi School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|University of Mississippi||Public Administration||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1995|
Posted by anonymous
I was in a crisis and trying to get a restraining order against my boyfriend and he agreed to meet with me at the spur of the moment the same day, which was much appreciated. But first thing i noticed walking in was that he had his assistant and then one other girl just lingering around the door listening to everything i had to say about my very private and high profile case. I didnt appreciate extra ears being in the room doing nothing but wanting to hear all the details of my horrible situation for her own curiosity. I was very distraught and didnt have the mind to tell this chick to get lost.
Secondly, as i started to talk about obtaining palimony, this lawyer starts letting out sarcastic "ha's" and then saying, "i hate to break it to you but there is no law that will give you palimony." I already know this, but palimony IS recognized in the courts of california even though it is not a law there either. I was trying to ask him if it was recognized in court system here in TN, but he kept repetitively saying the same thing as though I was "missinformed." He obviously didn't understand what I was asking and kept on with his know-it-all, "youve been missinformed" and "somebodys been pullin your leg" attitude when he is completely ignorant to the way CA courts work. I was only asking if the system is the same in TN; I wasn't trying to have a debate about "the law."
Then, he starts urging me to go to a battered womens shelter where they will "help me." I was upset, i wasnt beat up so wtf? The only help i wanted was a preventative restraining order and turned out That since I didnt have a black eye, my story of past abuse wasnt really enough to warrent a restraining order.
I was insulted when he kept pushing the womens shelter pamphlet to me saying i should probably go there. For what? Thats not what i came to his office for. I have money, why would i go to a womems shelter and sleep on a cott when I can get a hotel room?
Anyways thats my opinion. The extra ears in the room was very unprofessional, not to mention that they all three stepped out of the doorway to proceed to loudly wisper as though i cant here what they are saying. Idiots. This is a private matter Milazo, extra ears should not be in the room. If you have something to say u say it in front of me. You dont take the details of my case and proceed to gossip in the doorway. I really feel like I should not have gone there and should have made them sign a privacy contract before telling them my case. All felt very elementary and gossipy... Which my case was very juicy i admit, but i wish i didnt tell these people anything.
Posted by Danielle
I had the unfortunate experience of having a child custody and support case in Williamson County. Mr. Milazo helped to make the process as painless as possible. I am happy to say that I had a favorable outcome in the court system thanks to my attorney. I can't imagine having gone through this process without the guidance, advice and compassion of Mr. Milazo and his staff. I wholeheartedly recommend Mr. Milazo and am so thankful for all he has done to help me and my family!
Lee Dryer, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this lawyer. I have been involved in many different cases with John, and he gets results. He deals very fairly with his clients. He listens and represents them as if they were members of his own family. I could not give a higher recommendation than the one I give to John Milazo.