You may be going through one of these issues. If so, we are here to help protect your FL rights!
- Bankruptcy – the process that allows consumers and businesses to eliminate some or all of their debts under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court.
- Business Litigation – business clients that are advised in a broad range of non-criminal litigation, including issues involving contracts, disputes, liabilities, partnerships, and shareholders.
- Discrimination – the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.
- Personal Injury – physical injury inflicted on a person’s body, as opposed to damage to property or reputation.
- Police Misconduct/Brutality – ill-appropriated conduct and/or illegal actions taken by police officers in connection with their official duties.
- Appeals – apply to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court.
- Administrative Law – when lawyers observe, evaluate, assess, and sometimes oppose the implementation of certain statutory provisions adopted by Congress or the state or local legislative body.
- Wills | Trusts | Estates –
Wills – a will is a document that directs who will receive your property at your death and it appoints a legal representative to carry out your wishes.
Trusts – confidence placed in a person by making that person the nominal owner of property to be held or used for the benefit of one or more others.
Estates – all the money and property owned by a particular person, especially at death.
- Family Law – (also called matrimonial law) is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations, including: Marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships. Adoption and surrogacy. Child abuse and child abduction.
You are one phone call away from the peace of mind you deserve. To find out if you have a case worth pursuing, it’s as easy as:
Step 1: Give us a call (or send us a message) and speak to one of our attorney’s about your incident.
Step 2: We review your incident.
Step 3: We tell you our thoughts about your incident.
Step 4: If your incident is persuadable, we work together to protect your rights.