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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1981||02/26/2017|
|Attorney||Law Offices Kelley F. Whalen, P.C.||2009 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Austin Rowing Club||member||2016 - Present|
|Brown Club of Austin||Member||2009 - Present|
|Austin BBQ Club||Member||2008 - Present|
|Rock Creek BBQ Club||Member||1992 - Present|
|Self||Digital Discovery In Divorce||2010|
|Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|Brown University||Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1973|
|CAPA||Digital Discovery In Divorce||2011|
Posted by anonymous
My Kay won all (there were several) student loan NCSLT cases related to my deadbeat ex, and saved me north of $50k in debt that was originally agreed to NOT be paid by me. He was referred by a colleague of my divorce enforcement atty as he has been successful defending people in cases by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust.
Posted by anonymous
Highly recommend Alfred Kay!!! If you want a hard working, witty, no nonsense lawyer, then he is your man! He represented me in a recent divorce relocation case. I couldn't be happier. He and his legal assistant Cassie kept me up to date weekly. Never left to wonder what heck is going on???? Never sugar coated, to the point and is a pure genius. Fabulous customer service, repeat customer, and will refer again, and again, and again!!! Bonus.....he has an intelligent sense of humor ;-)
Posted by Jason
I hired Mr. Kay to represent me in my divorce proceeding. I was referred to him by my legal insurance plan representative. I was immediately suspicious of him. He did not initially want to meet in person but rather wanted me to hire him over the phone sight unseen. Once I got to his office, which was old and run-down, I understood why. He appeared disheveled. He was condescending to speak with. He would interrupt me when I tried to answer his questions. But he stated he could get results in my case far faster than any of the other attorneys I spoke with and was reasonably priced so I decided to gamble on him. Boy, was I in for a let down. Instead of settling my case promptly, he took my retainer and only occasionally contacted me to ask for more documents even though my case has been ongoing for almost a year now and he had access to months worth of documentation. He claimed to be a Georgetown lawyer but actually works on the other side of Austin and only occasionally makes his way to Georgetown. I believe he never had any intention of resolving my case in a timely manner and was instead dragging things out for personal financial gain. When I called him out for his lack of visible progress in my case, he got offended and quit my case.
Jason Partney, Family Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I had the pleasure of serving as opposing counsel to Mr. Kay during a divorce case. The clients were very emotional and assets being divided were relatively high. This is usually a recipe for lengthy and expensive cases. Thanks to our mutual efforts, we were able to work out a great conclusion for our clients that kept much of their estate in tact without the need to pay high attorney fees. Mr. Kay was courteous and respectful to everyone, even when we didn't see eye to eye. I was so impressed with him that I have stayed in contact since that case and consider him an outstanding member of the Austin and Georgetown Legal Profession. I know to stay on my guard when he's the opposing attorney, but he is is very efficient and effective for his clients.
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