Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com

Hours

Wednesday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
Closed
Friday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.3 - (11 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

4.3 - (11 reviews)
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  • Sam Chytla

    Stephen Carpenter saved my career and retirement pension. Best military lawyer in the game.
    Jan 29th, 2022

  • George Fuller


    Dec 6th, 2021

  • Robert Cotta

    The best defense attorneys you can hire, hands down. Professional and courteous, these are the attorneys that will turn heads in court. That speaks volumes about their reputation defending Service Members. I was undecided, but I knew that after our initial consultation that they were the best for a reason. Thank you, Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Greene, for the hard work and dedication to all you do.
    Sep 4th, 2019

  • Betty Pileski

    Mr. Carpenter came to my rescue after I had exhausted all the JAGs had to offer me. He fought for my life and my career. He was very professional and passionate in the courtroom, and gave his all, so that in the end we came out on the winning side. After facing over seven charges the prosecutors dropped five of them once they realized I had a civilian lawyer who was dedicated and had such great experience. I was able to receive an Honorable Discharge and keep all my benefits. I will always be greatful.
    Nov 7th, 2018

  • Nasim Golshan

    When dealing with lawyers, you want to deal with someone personable, efficient and communicative - especially if you are seeking help with a case that is time-sensitive. I understand that no lawyer can guarantee a favorable outcome in any case. I paid Mr. Carpenters legal fees in full on March 13th, 2022, and did everything he asked of me for him to discover the details of my case. This case simply dealt with a wrongful denial to enlistment in the U.S. Military by an incompetent recruiter. Unfortunately, it took him more than three and a half months to file my case. For the first two months, when I inquired about my case or asked for a simple update, his usual response was I am in court martial or I am outside of the country. Although this was not my problem, I felt no progress was being made on my time-sensitive case. On June 21st, 2022, in one of his emails, Mr. Carpenter mentioned that he or his office would file my case no later than June 30th, 2022. This did not happen. He knew what documents he needed from me, but I was not sure why he had to wait until the last minute to ask for them. He had ample time since March of 2022 to get all the documents he needed. Finally, I got a draft on July 4th, 2022, and it was done incorrectly. I had to read it over several times, and correct crucial details that were omitted. We had gone over what I needed to accomplish in the service branch I was interested in i.e., that I wanted to join as a commissioned officer but somehow, he forgot to mention this key detail. Ultimately, according to Mr. Carpenter, my case was sent to the Board of Corrections of the respective service branch on July 5th, 2022. I still do not understand why he sent an application for correction of Military records when I had not served in the United States military in the first place. This was my biggest problem with this lawyer. He either did not understand what I was pursuing, or he chose the wrong route to go about my case, either way, I was clueless and in the dark as to what was happening. After the filing, I asked for a copy of all the documents that he sent out and after several days, he e-mailed them to me. After reviewing these documents, I realized he had attached my old resume. A few weeks prior to this, I had updated my resume with him, but it appeared he did not bother to update the case with current information. Another problem was, following the filing of my case, it was delivered to the respective service branch on July 12th, 2022, they sent their response back to Mr. Carpenter dated July 26th, 2022. Mr. Carpenter did not bother to inform me until September 27th, a whole two months after the fact. This was extremely important to know promptly due to the time constraints of the appeal process. Because he got back to me so late, I missed the 30 days of appeal window. At the end, the Board of Corrections sent a response that was unfavorable (and now unappealable) as it was not related to what I was asking for. Imagine my frustration after months of lack of communication, and my wasted time and money. I know he has other clients to attend to, but since the moment I hired him as my attorney, I had difficulty communicating with him and anytime we talked, he had no updates for me about my case. I was expecting a better relationship with my attorney. I believe he did not do a very thorough consultation and research on my case. His ultimate resolution to my case was we can request an age waiver which was not in my favor from the beginning, and that did not happen, he said, well, win some, lose some. But I was appalled because I had not won anything. Most of the time, it appeared as if he did not check the emails from me, and we never spoke at the times he scheduled to speak with me. I strongly feel that he had no interest in helping me because nothing was done correctly and in a prompt fashion. I am extremely disappointed and saddened by the way this attorney and his office handled my case.
    Mar 20th, 2023

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Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com

Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com is located at 1700 7th Ave #2100 in Seattle, Washington 98101. Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com can be contacted via phone at 206-326-0803 for pricing, hours and directions.

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A Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com is located at 1700 7th Ave #2100, Seattle, WA 98101


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A The website (URL) for Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com is: http://www.militarylawfirm.com/


Q What days are Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com open?

A Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com is open:
Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Q How is Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com rated?

A Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com has a 4.3 Star Rating from 11 reviewers.

Hours

Wednesday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
Closed
Friday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Court & Carpenter, P.C., Best Reviewed in "Military Law" on Avvo.com

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Sam Chytla on Google

image Stephen Carpenter saved my career and retirement pension. Best military lawyer in the game.


George Fuller on Google

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Robert Cotta on Google

image The best defense attorneys you can hire, hands down. Professional and courteous, these are the attorneys that will turn heads in court. That speaks volumes about their reputation defending Service Members. I was undecided, but I knew that after our initial consultation that they were the best for a reason. Thank you, Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Greene, for the hard work and dedication to all you do.


Betty Pileski on Google

image Mr. Carpenter came to my rescue after I had exhausted all the JAGs had to offer me. He fought for my life and my career. He was very professional and passionate in the courtroom, and gave his all, so that in the end we came out on the winning side. After facing over seven charges the prosecutors dropped five of them once they realized I had a civilian lawyer who was dedicated and had such great experience. I was able to receive an Honorable Discharge and keep all my benefits. I will always be greatful.


Nasim Golshan on Google

image When dealing with lawyers, you want to deal with someone personable, efficient and communicative - especially if you are seeking help with a case that is time-sensitive. I understand that no lawyer can guarantee a favorable outcome in any case.
I paid Mr. Carpenters legal fees in full on March 13th, 2022, and did everything he asked of me for him to discover the details of my case. This case simply dealt with a wrongful denial to enlistment in the U.S. Military by an incompetent recruiter. Unfortunately, it took him more than three and a half months to file my case. For the first two months, when I inquired about my case or asked for a simple update, his usual response was I am in court martial or I am outside of the country. Although this was not my problem, I felt no progress was being made on my time-sensitive case. On June 21st, 2022, in one of his emails, Mr. Carpenter mentioned that he or his office would file my case no later than June 30th, 2022. This did not happen. He knew what documents he needed from me, but I was not sure why he had to wait until the last minute to ask for them. He had ample time since March of 2022 to get all the documents he needed. Finally, I got a draft on July 4th, 2022, and it was done incorrectly. I had to read it over several times, and correct crucial details that were omitted. We had gone over what I needed to accomplish in the service branch I was interested in i.e., that I wanted to join as a commissioned officer but somehow, he forgot to mention this key detail. Ultimately, according to Mr. Carpenter, my case was sent to the Board of Corrections of the respective service branch on July 5th, 2022. I still do not understand why he sent an application for correction of Military records when I had not served in the United States military in the first place. This was my biggest problem with this lawyer. He either did not understand what I was pursuing, or he chose the wrong route to go about my case, either way, I was clueless and in the dark as to what was happening. After the filing, I asked for a copy of all the documents that he sent out and after several days, he e-mailed them to me. After reviewing these documents, I realized he had attached my old resume. A few weeks prior to this, I had updated my resume with him, but it appeared he did not bother to update the case with current information. Another problem was, following the filing of my case, it was delivered to the respective service branch on July 12th, 2022, they sent their response back to Mr. Carpenter dated July 26th, 2022. Mr. Carpenter did not bother to inform me until September 27th, a whole two months after the fact. This was extremely important to know promptly due to the time constraints of the appeal process. Because he got back to me so late, I missed the 30 days of appeal window. At the end, the Board of Corrections sent a response that was unfavorable (and now unappealable) as it was not related to what I was asking for. Imagine my frustration after months of lack of communication, and my wasted time and money. I know he has other clients to attend to, but since the moment I hired him as my attorney, I had difficulty communicating with him and anytime we talked, he had no updates for me about my case. I was expecting a better relationship with my attorney. I believe he did not do a very thorough consultation and research on my case. His ultimate resolution to my case was we can request an age waiver which was not in my favor from the beginning, and that did not happen, he said, well, win some, lose some. But I was appalled because I had not won anything. Most of the time, it appeared as if he did not check the emails from me, and we never spoke at the times he scheduled to speak with me. I strongly feel that he had no interest in helping me because nothing was done correctly and in a prompt fashion. I am extremely disappointed and saddened by the way this attorney and his office handled my case.


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