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Posted by Stella
Brad is an excellent attorney and handled my CPS case. He was knowledgeable, aggressive and creative In working a plan to quickly get through the convoluted CPS/juvenile court system. Not only did he quickly advocate for us, he had the utmost patience and compassion during the emotional roller coaster. He truly cares and is passionate about what he does. His staff is courteous, responsive and prompt. He has such a respected stance by all parties in the courtroom. I would highly recommend hiring Brad if CPS ever comes and knocks on your door. It was the best decision and he saved our family and most importantly, our children.
Galen Satterlee, Personal injury Attorney
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Brad has a well-deserved reputation for being a go-to guy for defending those accused of wrongdoing by CPS. If you or a friend find yourself in need of a lawyer for a CPS-related incident, you'd be wise to contact Brad.