Really I wish 0 stars were available.
I originally found Keller legal through google and I went there because they advertised that they specialized in "Father's Rights." Don't let this false advertising fool you.
Needed to get a divorce from my cheating ex wife. Did they help me? Sure, only after blowing through my $3,500 deductible quicker than I could think and failing to give me month to month invoices as we previously agreed (and signed an agreement saying that he would). I was only given an invoice about half way through my divorce (3-4 months) that I owed him about another $1,000. The bill breakdown only had numbers listed, I told Mr. Keller that I needed and HOURLY breakdown, not just numbers pulled out of his ass. Said he would get them to me in a week. Nothing. Another month goes by and he send me yet another invoice. I repeat the same thing, I need HOURLY BREAKDOWNS. He'll get it to me first thing next week. Nothing. When am I given what is needed? The day before we are going to court to finalize the divorce. Now I owe them an additional $4,500+ and he says if I don't pay them $1,000 on that day they will not represent me in court the next day. What choice do I have? He was 'nice' enough to let me make monthly payments but between the child support (they couldn't even get me 50/50 custody mind you), Alimony (or maintenance, whatever you want to call it), on top of everything else, I have no money. Nothing.
Also mind you, my divorce was an easy one. Married just 3 years so we had a house and a kid. That's it.
Do not be fooled by these guys. They do a horrible job, lead you around in circles for months, and then send a huge bill at the end.
Response from Jeffrey Keller September 10, 2019
We are sorry to hear that you were not fully satisfied with our services. We explain to all of our clients from the onset that the decision to fight over child custody or assets is the sole decision of the client. We advise the client as to what we believe he or she should do, but in the end it comes down to the wishes of the client. We always follow the directions provided by the client; just as we did in this case. Also, we also would never tell a client that they have to make a payment the day before a hearing or we will not appear. In order for us to withdraw, we must file certain protocol and provide written notice and allow the client at least 21 days to secure new counsel. Divorce is oftentimes very difficult and painful for the parties, and quite often the anger and bitterness from a failed marriage can be misdirected towards third parties. Our job, which we take very seriously, is to help and guide our clients through the legal system and secure the best outcome possible in the divorce proceeding. We do not, and can not, guarantee that a judge will grant the relief our client would like to obtain. We simply do our best to secure the best outcome possible for each client based upon his or her situation.