Areas of Practice
An estate planning lawyer can explain the differences between a Will and a Trust and help you customize a plan according to your desires and financial picture. A complete estate plan typically includes a Will or Trust, a Durable Power of Attorney, and an Advance Health Care Directive.
A business owner can benefit from an attorney’s advice in a number of areas - from deciding on the most appropriate business entity and complying with the legal formalities of forming the business, to understanding the business’ obligations under existing contracts and in the event of a contract dispute.
Whether you have been charged with a crime such as DUII or a juvenile offense, or you are facing an administrative suspension of your driver’s license, you need an experienced advocate to help you understand your rights and achieve the best possible outcome in your case.
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