Honoring Our Commitments 

Regarding the article “Money for Nothing” [May 7, City Weekly], my firm and I were mentioned. I wanted to let people know that we’ve only known Leticia Avila for a short amount of time and had no knowledge of any of the alleged conduct. We also want to make clear that we are not a firm that specializes is immigration law but are just starting in that area.

Finally, I just wanted to make the public aware that anyone who contracted with Ayres Law Firm via Leticia Avila during the time that we were together, their contracts will be honored and service will be provided. Period.

Branson West
Ayres Law Firm
Sandy

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