Publicado por Tamara Taylor
in the last week
Needed some guidance around business planning and what protections can be implemented for clients of mine and one of the attorneys there, Chris Jones, was professional and very thorough. I am impressed and confident to loop him in on multiple scenarios. I'd give him a 5 on timeliness responsiveness as well. Smart guy. Good firm.
Publicado por Mark Larson
3 weeks ago
I have used Chris Jones for many years and have had nothing but positive results. He has assisted with the creation of an LLC and has handled various legal issues that have arisen from my business dealings. Each time Chris and his staff have been honest and upfront about the process and costs involved. Chris is a Pro at what he does and it is comforting to know that I have a "go to" attorney who can handle any issues that may come my way. If you have a legitimate legal issue and need solid and sound legal advice, I wholeheartedly recommend Chris Jones and his capable staff. Thank you!
Publicado por Xyloh Silverhair
3 weeks ago
Tried to get Chris Jones at this firm to give me some answers... He wouldnt answer the questions without a retainer... Perfectly fine with that... So I asked some questions pertaining to his honesty and integrity, making sure that I would get adequate competent representation, and he declined to answer those questions... The specific questions I asked Chris Jones, at this firm, that has yet to be answered are: Who is your first duty to, should I retain you? Corpus Juris Secundum (C.J.S.) legal encyclopedia, volume 7, section 4, His first duty is to the courts and the public, not to the client, and wherever the duties to his client conflict with those he as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter. Am I considered a "ward of the court"? According to Section 2 in said Section 7, We find that clients are “wards of the court:” Clients are also called "wards of the court" in regard to their relationship with their attorneys. What is a ward of the court? According to a court case, “wards of court” are infants and persons of unsound mind Wards of court. Infants and persons of unsound mind placed by the court under the care of a guardian. Davis' Committee v Loney, 290 Ky. 644, 162 S.W. 2d 189, 190. Their rights must be guarded jealously. Montgomery v. Erie R. Co., C.C.A.N.J., 97 F.2d 289, 292. See Guardianship. Am I now, or will I ever be considered "of unsound mind" at any time, whether I retain you or not? If they can't answer some simple questions to determine whether or not you will get adequate, competent representation, and get some honest answers to make the decision whether you are going to retain them or not, it is best to run away screaming for the hills... I would be VERY WARY of approaching this fellow, or this firm, with your business... Best of luck, God bless...
Publicado por Junior J
in the last week
Have known Chris for a few years and worked with him. Very Professional, knowledgeable, and always available.
Publicado por Becky Brennan
8 months ago
I needed to update my will. They were beyond thorough, really taking the time to insure my plan was what I needed. I will forever be grateful for their work.