Bobby P Zom

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I intend to sue McIntyre on behalf of my client's mother.

She paid him $43,000 and he did not file anything.

If anyone wants to join the lawsuit please email me at bplaw@***.com....Thanks

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Loss:
$43

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Do not recommend him

6 comments
Kentavius Azq

if you are seeing this can you please comment. I would like to speak with you about a very important matter that it appears you can help me with. jdja@***.net

Chardae Trj

You are not an attorney, if you were you would not be posting this where everyone including the people your client is suing has access to this. If you were an attorney you would know better than to post this on a public forum.

Bobby P Zom
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No the truth is a complete defense. Please feel free to call me 912-232-**** or email me & I will respond.

Chardae Trj
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Well this is a public forum, just saying. Anyone can see what you are doing for your clients.

Bobby P Zom
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Did not name the clients...it is a long sad story....

Chardae Trj
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Well good luck, then .

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Anonymous

Unexplained fees and charges

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My family retained this firm to handle a situation on my behalf. This firm was referred by another attorney who was also handling another legal matter for me. The referral was from a very reputable attorney who reported that he worked with them occasionally. Their initial retainer was $10K. The usual crap was in their contract about the "escrow" $$$ not falling below $5K at anytime. Fast forwarding, I received 3 invoices that all total equaled some $29K +.....only thing any of the invoices ever spelled out was "billable" hours by the attorney handling my case, hours billed by McIntyre himself and Paralegal hours, travel, etc. etc.....Never a word or any explanation as to what they actually we're doing. Then to add major insult to major injury we learned that the attorney handling my case was indicted in her own criminal problems....all the while this was going own while doing whatever they professed to be doing on my case. Upon the 3rd invoicing, I pulled the plug on them requesting a complete reconciliation with full explanation of all the invoices....I requested this directly from McIntyre himself. Do you think I got anything? *** no, not one piece of paper, explanation, do not pass go, NOTHING!!! I DEMAND my money back! Yeah right....I'll shortly be going to the Ga. Bar Association, but I ain't holding my breath. I do NOT recommend this firm for ANYTHING!
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Anonymous
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

Ripoff

I agree. He took $50,000 from me. He claimed that he could get me considered for parole early. That turned out to be a complete lie. I ended up getting considered in the same timeframe in which I would have if I wouldn't have given that crook and his staff of crooks what added up to be over $50,000. On top of all that, he tried to stick me with a balance once I got home, I basically told him to shove that balance up his rear end. That was a year ago. I haven't heard anything else from those crooks. I need to go to his office and demand some of my 50 grand back!!!!
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Loss:
$50000
Reason of review:
Bad quality

Preferred solution: Price reduction

Anonymous
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

Attorney with a license to STEAL!

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I know exactly what you mean. He took $67,000.00 from us knowing he is just a rip off. I hope people reads these reviews before they retain him. He uses the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles as a savor for his services because he hires all the rejects from the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles. He stated he could get my boyfriend out due to the fact that he had someone from the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles on his payroll, a former employee that worked for the them. In the end he took our money and all the letters that were sent into the Board of Pardons and put them in a neat little file folder and sent them in to the board (Which I could have done myself and saved ourselves $67,000.00), People please don't hire this man. He is an attorney only with a license to steal.
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Loss:
$67000
Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Price reduction

1 comment
Guest

There's always...ummm...just not breaking the law. Very helpful hint.

Mcarthur Gip
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

Representation to Parole Board is a scam!

Michael Kennedy McIntyre's representation to the parole board in my opinion is all a marketing scam. Mr. McIntyre uses the fact that he has connections with the Georgia Department Pardons and Parole because of previous board members are on his staff. Mr. McIntyre will tell you anything you want to hear and bill you for services never performed. This is why he was reported to the State Bar of Georgia and faces civil suits in Fulton County. The reason why Mr. McIntyre's firm only accepts checks or money orders and does not accept credit cards is because of getting charged back for services not performed. Our family paid this attorney almost $30, 000 (yes, almost $30,000) and received nothing but constant lies and cover-ups. There was no positive experience with this attorney or his law firm. If you are considering hiring this attorney I would seal up my pockets and run.
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Loss:
$30000
Mc Uic
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

Failure to Disclose the Truth & Fraudulent Billing

When someone hires an attorney they expect complete disclosure and honest billing practices. My experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre and H. Victoria Smith both attorney's, who practices in field of post conviction law in Atlanta, was of complete dishonesty and fraudulent billing. If you are considering hiring a post conviction attorney read my story so you don't spend $27,618.70 so you don’t make the same mistake I made in hiring Mr. McIntyre. Mr. McIntyre was retained to obtain and review relevant documents, and to identify the appropriate course of action for a family member to receive relief for a conviction and sentence with Georgia Department of Corrections. Upon Mr. McIntyre's review he made the determination to represent my family member with the Georgia Pardons and Parole Board. To that end, Mr. McIntyre submitted a letter to the Parole Board, informing the Parole Board that his firm was retained to represent my family member's case for parole, which at that time a parole date "was not" established. Throughout July, August, and September 2011 Mr. McIntyre was paid $18,143.70 to appropriately prepare and present my family member's case with the Parole Board. In late November 2011, we contacted the Parole Board and found out that my family member had already been issued a parole date in October 2011, meaning Mr. McIntyre never prepared a case that he was aptly paid to prepare. In addition, Mr. McIntyre billed us another $9,475.00 to continue to prepare the case even after he was made aware from the Parole Board that our family member already received a parole date. Mr. McIntyre maliciously withheld this information from us until I personally notified him of the parole date being issued, without any input from his firm. It is my belief that Mr. McIntyre duplicitously withheld information regarding my family member's parole date for his own personal financial gain. In closing, Mr. McIntyre was paid the amount of $27,618.70, failed to file a parole application, maliciously withheld information, constantly deceived me, fraudulently billed for services not performed and has been reported the State Bar of Georgia. I "would not" recommend his services and would highly recommend you secure services of another attorney. I now understand the reason why Mr. McIntyre does not accept credit cards and that is so he can take hard working people’s money and not worry about charge backs for services not performed. This review is based upon our experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre & Associates and you may experience a different result.
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Loss:
$27619
3 comments
Braylie Ilb

Did you ever get resolution or satisfaction? I believe I’ve read somewhere that you sued him...

just wondered what the status was. We have been getting the runaround with him for almost a year now and $50,000 later nothing to show for it.

Guest

My family paid McIntyre over $250,000.00. He billed us for "review of documents " and when we couldn't keep up with the monthly bills he started promissory notes.

These are his tactics ...what keeps one paying ?

The false hope he says he'll deliver next week, which turns into next month, next excuse, etc. ...

Guest

Wow, we were thinking of hiring him, thank you for this

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Annaly Pgi
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

No Communication and Poor Representation

Michael McIntyre always has excuses not to return client's emails, phone calls, and give them the facts on their case. I understand what over individuals have said about this attorney and would not recommend his legal service. This attorney is all about selling the concept that his firm has hired prior members of the Georgia Pardons and Parole. However, it's is all a marketing gimmick! Mr. McIntyre is misleading people, over charging for his services, and when asked about producing an itemized statement he makes excuses. Don't make the same mistake I made and others in hiring Mr. McIntyre's law firm.
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Loss:
$20000
Eyleen Uyf
map-marker Gainesville, Georgia

Poor Service & Communication

After Michael K. McIntyre was retained and my check was deposited I received very poor service! The service I received prior to me hiring this lawyer was better than after he was retained. It took numerous phone calls and emails just to have someone provide me with information about my case — actually it took over two weeks. This I believe is totally unacceptable! The office staff is friendly and made you feel special but always provided me with an excuse why Mr. McIntyre was unable to return my phone calls or emails. I would not recommend this attorney for the rate being charged.
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Guest

did you ever file a complaint against Michael McIntyre with the Georgia State Bar Association to recover some of your over charges?

Salim Evw
map-marker Atlanta, Georgia

Read my Expereince with Michael Kennedy McIntyre

Updated by user Mar 06, 2014

Failure to Disclose the Truth - Reported to the State Bar of Georgia

When someone hires an attorney they expect complete disclosure and honesty. Our experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre & Associates an attorney, who practices in field of post conviction law in Atlanta, operates a website michaelkennedymcintyre.com, and office phone number (404) 879-**** was complete dishonesty.

If you are considering hiring a post conviction attorney read my story so you don't spend $27,618.70 for dishonest representation.

Mr. McIntyre was retained to obtain and review relevant documents, and to identify the appropriate course of action for a family member to receive relief for a conviction and sentence with Georgia Department of Corrections. Upon Mr. McIntyre's review he made the determination to represent our family member with the Georgia Pardons and Parole Board.

To that end, Mr. McIntyre submitted a letter to the Parole Board, informing the Parole Board that his firm has been retained to represent our family member's case for parole, which at that time a parole date "was not" established.

Throughout July, August, and September 2011 Mr. McIntyre was paid $18,143.70 to appropriately prepare and present our family member's case with the Parole Board.

In late November 2011, we contacted the Parole Board and found out that our family member had already been issued a parole date in October 2011, meaning Mr. McIntyre never prepared a case that he was aptly paid to prepare. In addition, Mr. McIntyre billed us another $9,475.00 to continue to prepare the case even after he was made aware from the Parole Board that this family member already received a parole date.

Mr. McIntyre maliciously withheld this information from us until a family member personally notified him of the parole date being issued, without any input from his firm. It is our belief that Mr. McIntyre duplicitously withheld information regarding the family member's parole date for his own personal financial gain.

In closing, Mr.

McIntyre was paid the amount of $27,618.70, failed to file a parole application, maliciously withheld information, and has been reported the State Bar of Georgia. I "would not" recommend his services! We now understand the reason why Mr.

McIntyre does not accept credit cards so he can take hard working people’s money and not worry about charge backs for services not performed. This review is based upon our experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre & Associates and you may experience a different result.

Original review Jul 30, 2013
This review is based upon my experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre. You may experience a different result if you decide to secure Mr. McIntyre’s services. I am writing this review on Michael Kennedy McIntyre, an attorney who practices exclusively in field of post conviction law in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. McIntyre’s office is located at 965 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30306, the firm website is georgiapostconviction.com, office phone number is (404) 879-****, and facsimile number is (404) 879-****. On July 18, 2011 I signed an agreement with Mr. Michael McIntyre to obtain and review relevant documents, and to identify the appropriate course of action for my wife to receive relief from her conviction and sentence with Georgia Department of Corrections. Upon Mr. McIntyre’s review he made the determination to represent my wife with the Georgia Pardons and Parole Board. To that end, Mr. McIntyre’s firm submitted a letter on July 21, 2011 to the Parole Board, informing the Parole Board that Mr. McIntyre’s firm has been retained to represent my wife’s case for parole, which at that time a parole date “was not” established. Throughout July, August, and September 2011 Mr. McIntyre was paid $18,143.70 to appropriately prepare and present my wife case with the Parole Board. In late November 2011, I contacted the Parole Board and found out that my wife had already been issued a parole date in October 2011, meaning Mr. McIntyre in my opinion never prepared a case that he was aptly paid to prepare. In addition, Mr. McIntyre billed me another $9,475.00 to continue to prepare the case even after Mr. McIntyre was made aware that my wife had a parole date issued. Mr. McIntyre never disclosed this information to me until I personally notified him of the parole date being issued, without any input from Mr. McIntyre’s firm. It is my belief that Mr. McIntyre duplicitously withheld information regarding my wife’s parole date for Michael Kennedy McIntyre’s own personal gain as he was paid $27,618.70. I have contacted Mr. McIntyre in an attempt to resolve this matter and soon was notified that Michael McIntyre hired an attorney to represent him regarding this matter. On July 1, 2013 I received a letter from Mr. McIntyre’s attorney informing me of Mr. McIntyre’s final response to resolve this matter. In this letter Michael McIntyre informed me that I owe him another $14,603.36 plus interest and Mr. McIntyre will forgive the debt, in exchange for my agreement to forgo the pursuit of the legal actions, or consent to binding fee arbitration which would be overseen by the State Bar of Georgia. In this letter, Mr. McIntyre in my opinion threaten to seek criminal charges against me for theft by extortion if I don’t accept one of Mr. McIntyre’s offers, and disseminate information of my experience with Michael Kennedy McIntyre. In my opinion, Michael McIntyre feels he is entitled to bill $42,222.06 for services and maintain possession of $27,618.70 while misleading me to believe my wife did not have a parole date and failed to present my wife’s case with the Parole Board. Now that I am seeking legal remedies to have a portion of my money returned he is threatening criminal charges. In closing, I believe Mr. McIntyre has violated numerous rules of the Georgia Rules for Professional Conduct especially Rule 3.4(h) Fairness to Opposing Party and Counsel. Under this rule it states “a lawyer shall not present, participate in presenting or threaten to present criminal charges solely to obtain an advantage in a civil matter”. I have filed a formal complaint with the General Counsel of the State Bar of Georgia and will be analyzing the proper course of action to ensure others who are seeking an attorney to represent a family member with the Parole Board do not have the same experience with Mr. Michael Kennedy McIntyre.
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Guest

I paid this law firm a large sum of money to perform the same services and received the same results. I should of listen to other attorneys when they informed me of Michael McIntyre's billing practices. Like you all I received was the run around and a large attorney bill.

Salim Evw
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Please email me with your contact information as I would like to talk to you. I am putting together a civil case against Mr. McIntyre and would appreciate hearing your experience.

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