Charlene Fu

I hired Evan Farr in December 2016 to get my husband on Medicaid. Ours was an incredibly complex and unusual case that required a LOT of extra work for him and his team, and I am certain that his firm lost money handling our case because he charges a flat fee rather than billing hourly. The whole Medicaid process was full of twists and turns and many unexpected developments for me and for his team, and at each step of this tortuous 13-month journey, I sent up a prayer of thanks to God that Evan and his team were my guides and advocates. There is absolutely no way on earth that I could have successfully navigated Medicaid's byzantine requirements without them. Throughout the process, Evan and his team were amazingly responsive (e-mails were almost always answered within 24 hours; their responses to my relentless barrage of questions came early in the morning, late at night and on the weekends); unfailingly kind, helpful, encouraging and understanding; and never let on that my unexpectedly complex and long-and-drawn out case was a burden to them (as I'm sure it must have been). Because of them and their wise counsel, I was able to remain confident that we would ultimately get my husband approved for Medicaid, even though we encountered so many problems along the way and even though the process took far longer than anyone anticipated. Not only was I impressed again and again with how they went "above and beyond", it quickly became clear that Evan and his team truly *care* about their clients and are motivated by a deep-seated passion to improve the lives of their clients. He and his team are generous in every way: generous with their time and knowledge, and generous in spirit. For anyone who is in need of any of the services that the Evan Farr Law Firm provides, I can say with no equivocation whatsoever that the only mistake you could make is to *not* hire him. He truly is the most amazing lawyer ever!

I hired Evan Farr in December 2016 to get my husband on Medicaid. Ours was an incredibly complex and unusual case that required a LOT of extra work for him and his team, and I am certain that his firm lost money handling our case because he charges a flat fee rather than billing hourly. The whole Medicaid process was full of twists and turns and many unexpected developments for me and for his team, and at each step of this tortuous 13-month journey, I sent up a prayer of thanks to God that Evan and his team were my guides and advocates. There is absolutely no way on earth that I could have successfully navigated Medicaid’s byzantine requirements without them. Throughout the process, Evan and his team were amazingly responsive (e-mails were almost always answered within 24 hours; their responses to my relentless barrage of questions came early in the morning, late at night and on the weekends); unfailingly kind, helpful, encouraging and understanding; and never let on that my unexpectedly complex and long-and-drawn out case was a burden to them (as I’m sure it must have been). Because of them and their wise counsel, I was able to remain confident that we would ultimately get my husband approved for Medicaid, even though we encountered so many problems along the way and even though the process took far longer than anyone anticipated. Not only was I impressed again and again with how they went “above and beyond”, it quickly became clear that Evan and his team truly *care* about their clients and are motivated by a deep-seated passion to improve the lives of their clients. He and his team are generous in every way: generous with their time and knowledge, and generous in spirit. For anyone who is in need of any of the services that the Evan Farr Law Firm provides, I can say with no equivocation whatsoever that the only mistake you could make is to *not* hire him. He truly is the most amazing lawyer ever!

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About Renee Eder

Renee Eder is the Director of Public Relations for the Farr Law Firm, and gives the voice to the Critters of Critter Corner. Renee’s poodle, Penny, is an official comfort dog who she and her children bring to visit with seniors who are in the early stages of dementia at a local senior home once a month.

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