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“I was very blessed to come across the Shouse Law Group through thorough research when I came into some legal trouble.
I arrived at their offices not knowing what to expect or any of the legal process. After discussing some of the details of my case with the attorneys John Murray and Elisa Guadan, and case manager, Nora Gonzalez, they informed me how the court system would work and what to expect. After looking at other law firms, I felt that the Shouse Law Group had my best interest in mind.
Throughout the entire process, they always kept me informed of everything that was happening and what was needed, and always reminded me of my court appearances in a timely manner. They were always available and easy to reach if I had any questions or concerns. Their professionalism is outstanding and surpasses all other firms in comparison. They worked with me to provide all their services at a reasonable price and were very flexible. I would recommend this law firm to anyone who finds themselves at a loss of where to go for help. They care about their clients and always went above and beyond to make sure I had my case settled and gave me the best outcome.”
-Derian

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