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David Starks - Kirkland, WA

10220 NE Points DriveSuite 330 Kirkland, WA 98033

Updated: 04/09/2024

Kirkland Family Law Lawyer

About David Starks

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  • Partner

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  • Family Law

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10220 NE Points DriveSuite 330 Kirkland, WA 98033

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By Anonymous on Jan. 13, 2020

1.0 out of 5 stars

Do not hire this lawyer. Nickel and dimes clients and very slow. Paid $600 for a 1 hour consultation with David Starks. Only used 27 min of it and wouldn't refund the rest but bills in 6 min increment in the dot. Paid $10k retainer and when complained to him about the slow work of his associate Elizabeth Hoffman whom he was supposed to supervise and wrote me he didn't know anything about adoptions at all and he rudely showed us the door ?time to move to another firm?. Not very nice person at all and obviously after I called him out on all the billing with no results, became very rude. Super glad to move to a more ethical firm whose main priority is to help clients. Hire this firm if you love open tab and have tens of thousands of dollars to throw in the bin with little results.


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