• Mr. Stepp, a note of thanks to let you know you are much appreciated. Thank you for working with us. God bless you!

  • Jerry, you represented me many years ago in a divorce and have always remained as an example of what an excellent attorney should be.

  • With sincere appreciation and gratitude for all that you have done to bring this case to a positive closing.”

  • Thank you, Jerry, for helping our son through this difficult situation.

  • I wanted to leave a message of appreciation for Mr. Stepp. I don't know if you remember about 20 years ago you had a client and I was a party to that case. I was in a bad situation. Your legal advice saved my life and I am forever grateful for that and I just wanted you to know that. A lot of things have happened regarding that situation in the last couple of months, but when I was an abused child, you really helped me out. Again, this is just a message of appreciation and I appreciate the good work that you are doing for families. Thank you so much!

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