I've worked with approximately 5 difference attorneys for general matters over the last 10 years. In my experience, I found this attorney to be very focused on the bottom line. He is very money hungry and overcharges his clients on any chance he gets (he'd often complain to me about other clients and how missed chances to make more money with certain cases -- I was amazed at his lack of scrupules in maintaining confidentiality). He doubles the amount of work he says he does on a case, and shows no regard for the people he claims to be "helping." He's a very smooth talker, is quick with a comeback to any comment or question you may have, and is always looking for a way to shift blame away from himself. He apparently works hand in hand with his mother (some realtor) and they steer a lot business back and forth. I got the feeling like it was always one hand washing the other. Between the two of them, they'd try to get as much money out of the client as they could. I'll never use him again. Other attorneys I've been to have been shocked at what he charged for the work he did. One attorney even asked me if I wanted to consider suing Humblias for malpractice. I knew that Mr. Humblias would just tie me up in court proceedings for years if I brought a case against him (just to spend my money), so I declined. Consumer beware!
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