Areas Of Practice

Legal support for Businesses, Individuals and Families 

Areas of Practice


Bankruptcy

There were more than 1.2 million bankruptcy cases filed in 2012, and millions more Americans are facing mounting debt problems. The prospect of bankruptcy is overwhelming to many of the clients we work with. The process is complex and often requires a skilled attorney in order to achieve the best outcome.

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wills and trusts

It’s estimated that approximately 50 percent of American adults do not currently have a will in place. Without a will or a trust in place, your personal belongings and assets will most likely not be divided the way that you would prefer. In fact, parents of minor children who die without a will could put their kids into the unfortunate position of being raised by a family member not of their choosing, or even placed in foster care. Therefore, we highly encourage everyone to take proactive steps as soon as possible to protect their family.

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Domestic relations

General family law, which is also referred to as domestic relations, is a broad term that encompasses a variety of family related topics such as divorce, child support, alimony, property settlements and child custody. Regardless of which family related issue you are facing, it is wise to turn to an experienced domestic relations attorney to help you receive a fair outcome. In these situations, emotions typically run very high, making it difficult for both parties to come to an amicable agreement.

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real estate

There are many benefits associated with working with a real estate attorney during applicable situations, including dealing with rental property or finalizing paperwork for a home purchase. Keep in mind that the vast majority of attorneys specialize in one specific field, and it is always best to work with someone who has specialized knowledge about the topic at hand.

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