Posted by Shawnie
Bill and his paralegal, Tiffany, were so great throughout the process of my bankruptcy. I felt Bill was very knowledgeable about both Chapter 7 & 13 filings and was thorough about ensuring I had all necessary paperwork and bank statements to complete the process. Both Bill and Tiffany were VERY responsive and timely when communicating with me which made me feel like they were on top of it and organized! I would definitely recommend Bill for anyone who is going through this tough and emotional process.
Posted by David
William Fennell and his team were fantastic in handling my legal case. Charles Bethel was excellent as well. Both were extremely thorough and professional throughout the whole process from start to finish. They were firm advocates for me and provided sound legal advice. I would highly recommend this law office without hesitation.
Posted by Dan
Mr. Fennell and his team helped us through a BK includeing dealing with the teamster union. We were very happy with how everything turned out. Highly recommended.
Posted by anonymous
I am writing this review as his former client. He is one of the most unprofessional attorneys I've ever hired, and I have hired quite a few of them over the years in my business career.
He seems to care the most about his fees, over his client's best interest. From the start, his firm repeatedly made the same mistakes on our Chapter 11 motion drafts that I had to ask him to correct. Then he insisted to use an auctioneer who is a good friend of his to conduct a sale of our assets to an affiliated company of ours, which would have costed over $100,000.00 in commission. I asked him to take another route, which he refused. He then quit on the spot. After we changed counsel, the new attorney was able to get the sale done without the use of an "auctioneer," which validates my doubt on why he insisted to use an aquainted auctioneer to charge us over $100,000.00 in fees. His firm made about $109,000.00 in fees in the span of a few months. As a result of a change in representation, we spent a lot of unnecessary legal fees to get the new attorney up to date on the case. At last, over a dispute on how his remainder $78,000.00 in fees (in addition to the $109,000.00), he asked the court to convert our case to a Chapter 7 just so he can get revenge. He even threatened to disclose attorney-client information if we didn't pay his remainder of fees in full.