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Crestview Divorce Law Firm
About The Law Office of Stanley K. Luke
- Child Custody
- Drug Charges
- Theft Crimes
- Misdemeanors & Felonies
- Stanley K. Luke (Sole Practitioner)
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869 N. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, FL 32536
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Recommends this Law Firm
I called Stanley all the way from Europe yesterday to ask some questions and whether he could take my case or not. He listened my questions and concerns completely and gave me a very useful and relevant advise and it was all free i guess because he wanted to make sure if he could take my case or not, unlike other firms that i contact they're asking 500 to 600 dollars for a consultation fee. Dear Stanley i want to thank you so much for helping me yesterday. GOD BLESS YOU.
Shameful. Took the money and got very little in return. He did not offer/ present facts into evidence, allowed the judgement to stand on assumption instead of facts and did not attempt to correct. He came highly recommended but showed poor standing. Will not recommend him to anyone.
Recommends this Law Firm
This man is man is reliable and will answer questions and supply options about your case. He is most pleasant to deal with. I would recommend him highly.
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