Posted by Judy
Mr. Dille was marginally pleasant. Never felt as though he was after our best interest. A letter he sent out had misspelling indicating that my eighty year old mother was eight. The second time we sat down with Mr. Dille it was like we were starting all over again. It appeared to us he didn't remember what had been set up in the beginning. I would have thought that he would have reviewed the case before he met with us. Mr. Dille neglected to respond to our e-mail as well as the two phone message we left for him. At that point we terminated him.
Posted by DeborahEarleMacDonald
Very knowledgeable. Followed up with me by email and mail to ensure I had the proper documentation for the Trust I was to handle as executor. Made the entire process much easier while dealing with the loss of a loved one since I had never been involved with a Trust. I had been a client previously for a real estate transaction and had superb service then too. My husband and I recommend Bryce Dille to anyone looking for legal counsel. We even carry his business cards.
Posted by David
Our real estate management company has relied on Bryce Dille's legal advice and representation since 1982. He is an outstanding attorney and knows his business well. As the manager of homeowner's and condominium associations as well as income producing investment properties we run into many issues requiring the expertise of an accomplished and experienced attorney. Bryce's legal assistance is instrumental in our ability to accomplish our work successfully. Simply put, Bryce Dille is a man you can trust with your most important legal matters.
Posted by Hans
Mr. Dille has handled many different types of cases for us and we have always been happy with the results. Real Estate and related issues have been the main work Mr Dille has done for us, including lender and loan doc issues, municipal and code laws, subdivision and plat codes and laws, LLCs and other types of business entities, legal disputes with construction subcontractors and related issues including adjacent property owner issues or disputes.