- Report: #134406
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Complaint Review: Law Offices Of Roni Lynn Deutch
Law Offices Of Roni Lynn Deutch4815 Watt Ave. N. Highlands,, California U.S.A.
Law Offices Of Roni Lynn Deutch Scandelous people who knowingly rip off people already in debt N. Highlands, California
*Consumer Comment: Practicing law without a license - you can sue for legal malpractice if the attorney's conduct fell below the standard of care and was negligent.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: You need not register in every State......
*Consumer Suggestion: Demand a Refund If you are disatisfied with your lawyer's services, you have the right to demand that they return the file and refund and unearned portion fo the retainer.
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They told us in the beginning that it would be a $500.00 settlement to the IRS plus a $2500.00 retaining fee for their services. THEN, our paperwork was filled with false information and they took back the $500.00 settlement and said that we would have to pay over $8000.00 to settle with the IRS. We've done the necessary paperwork and made corrections to the documents with wrong information, only to have them send us more paperwork with even MORE wrong information. We don't know where they are getting this information, but it isn't from us!!! As of now, we are still clients. Is there a way to get our money back?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/09/2005 07:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Law-Offices-Of-Roni-Lynn-Deutch/N-Highlands-California-95660/Law-Offices-Of-Roni-Lynn-Deutch-Scandelous-people-who-knowingly-rip-off-people-already-in-134406. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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