I hired them a couple years ago to help with a moderately complicated case. I was really impressed with the level of professionalism and the take-no-prisoners level of determination, which I value very highly in regards to lawyers. every one of my persistent questions was answered promptly, with a great level of patience. I recommend them to everyone I know looking for a lawyer. I found them through an Internet search, and chose them above other lawyers due to the reviews I read. I would rather pay a little more, but make sure my case is handled properly.
Bankruptcy proceedings are never an exciting time to engage legal services. This organization made the challenge quite bearable. They got the job done in an exceptional manner and never lost sight of me in getting it done. They were organized, meticulous, and ready and willing to do what was necessary to "get the job done." I HIGHLY recommend this organization to anyone who wants the best. That is what you will receive.
I had a rather complex case and required a lot of hand holding. Michael Jones was the attorney I worked with and I also worked with Sherry Gomez, the main paralegal assigned to my case. They thoroughly explained all the details and assisted me every step of the way. They did so with compassion and humor. My complex case ended with the best result possible. I know I would not have achieved this had I not had Allen, Barnes & Jones on my side. I would highly recommend.
Attorney Michael Jones and his firm are known for delivering outstanding results for their bankruptcy clients. Whether it’s a chapter 7, chapter 11, or chapter 13, they can handle every type of bankruptcy case at a reasonable cost. If I could give them more than 5 stars I would.
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