"Boyd Law Group were very supportive through the process. They worked hard and diligently from start to finish. They were very responsive and ensured I understood my rights and were there every step of the way. I can't thank both Patrick and Lorena enough for all the hard work they put in for me through this emotional process. True professionals! Thank you so much!" Lilly
"Patrick, Steve and the team at Boyd Law Group not only achieved a resolution that was more than fair...they were far more responsive and upfront than i would have initially expected given past experiences. They worked with me financially, and were very fair with managing my expectations. Moreover, given the group's experience, they are fair but strong negotiators, great listeners and put me, as a client, at ease. I won't think twice about approaching Boyd Law Group in the future...and recommending them to family/friends and coworkers in need of advice." Victor R.
"Mr Boyd, was my representation for a SOX filing. Involving a major Wall Street firm. Lines of communication were open from beginning to end. His advice and guidance was highly valuable in obtaining a positive outcome for my family. . Mr Boyd is a skilled attorney who will aggressively fight for your rights. I would strongly recommend Mr Boyd and his team." Anonymous
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