Brett Pritchard and Jessica Bain

Do not hire Brett Pritchard and Jessica Bain for your legal woes!

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Published: 30 July 2017

Posted by: Myron J. Yates

It is my personal imploration being a veteran and a former captain to everybody reading this not to retain advocate Brett Pritchard and his paralegal Jessica Bain because they are just a couple of con artists and nothing else!
One year passed and Brett Pritchard didn’t even know what my case was about. He’d been assuming that it was a divorce case all along! Both he and his paralegal Jessica Bain miserably failed to take my case any further or even answer to any of my questions. They continued to dodge my questions and I don’t think they know even now what I hired them for!
I finally got fed up of this hide-and-seek bullshit and decide to meet with the guy in person to resolve the situation. But he managed to dodge me again with a lie presumably to steal my $3,500 from me without doing anything. I did not threaten him in any manner. All I strove to do was to get an explanation and plead my case before him.
And what was the lie he spoke, you ask me?
He wrote me saying that it had come to his knowledge that I had shown up at his office unannounced to have a word with him. His office informed him that I had been blaming his law firm for the financial troubles that I was in and that he understood my stress level having handled thousands of divorce cases but my behavior was erratic and threatening towards the staff. He further went on to say that he would no longer be able to represent me and that I should look for counsel elsewhere. He even prohibited me from visiting his offices and told me that should I fail to abide by this warning for any reason, I would be arrested for criminal trespassing.
Liar and a thief! Unbelievable!

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