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This means the attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.
This means the attorney did something wrong, but the Bar did not suspend the lawyer. Typically in this case the lawyer's poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
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Posted by Happy Father
At the beginning, he let me know that it would be an uphill battle, due to custody change from mother to father, but he was on my side and would do his best to represent me. Hari studied all the information I had presented to him. He worked hard to find out more information through CPS, doctors, and courts. He also went above and beyond to keep me informed on the case, and he brought in others, whom are professionals in their field, to find out any other information that may have been needed. He treated me with respect at all times, and answered any questions that I had within a proper amount of time. I was expecting him to keep in contact with me by e-mail, but he called me and we talked face to face numerous times, I liked this the most. Hari won the case. I was granted custody of my daughter, whom had lived with her mother for seven years. I truly thank Hari for representing me when others thought it to be too hard.
Posted by Steve
He's there 100%, and doesn't keep you out of the loop at all. He comes prepared and does his homework.
Even though the case was dropped (it was a traffic infraction, and the officer didn't show up), it would have been a slam-dunk.
Hari is at all times a professional
Posted by Mary
I hired this guy to get my share of my ex-husbands USAF retirement, that I was legally entitled to. After I paid him, I had to move to Phoenix for a job and he "forgot" about me. Wouldn't respond to my letters, wouldn't call me back (I left 4 messages for him in a 7 day period). After I threatened to go to the bar association, he did call me. Since I was out of state we agreed to correspond via e-mails. I had to draft my own letters to my ex-husband so he could put them on his letterhead and "lawyer" them up so it didn't look like it was written by a non-attorney. Not only did he not edit them, he mailed them out on plain paper (not his letterhead). Obviously, my ex-husband didn't pay much attention to him. I wasted over 18 months trying to get this "lawyer" to do the job that I paid him to do. I finally gave up and I am moving back to Washinton in a few weeks and plan to hire another attorney. I also plan to file a complaint with the bar association as I kept every letter and e-mail from him. I found out later that he had been reprimanded and suspended for not representing his client. I would have never hired him if I would have known that. Stay way from this guy and don't give him any money as you will never see results from him.
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