Practice Areas

A Diverse Law Firm

Our lawyers can represent you in a variety of issues, including business matters, real estate, probate, wills and trusts, divorce, bankruptcy, and more. Some of our more common practice areas include:

Business Law

Our lawyers can assist in all aspects of your business, including formation of entities and partnerships, operational issues, contracts, and business litigation. Our objective is to provide clear plans and effective communication so that we can protect the interests of our clients, and allow our clients to focus on their business.

Real Estate & Land Use

Simply put, real estate refers to land. Our lawyers real estate practice includes representing buyers, sellers, landlords, renters, and anyone who is using real property. Our services can help you through buying or selling a home, foreclosures, construction liens, development and land use laws, rental agreements, title and boundary disputes, and property tax issues.

Criminal Law

We strongly recommend that anyone who has been accused of a crime speak to an attorney. Whether the charge is a felony or a misdemeanor, you need a lawyer that you trust to help protect your rights.


The term litigation simply means "legal proceedings or legal action." A litigator is a trial lawyer who represents plaintiffs and defendants in civil lawsuits. What's important to know about our team of attorneys is that we have earned a reputation for excellence in handling challenging litigation. We have trial and appellate experience in civil litigation, and we're ready to take action on your behalf when necessary.

Estate Planning

Estate planning includes drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, and other documents to facilitate the transfer and management of property when someone becomes incapacitated or dies. This is the one type of law that impacts almost everyone at some point in their life. Even if you don't own much, it's a good idea to consult with an estate planning attorney to ensure you have the appropriate measures in place if you should die or become incapacitated. Call us, we can help.


In general terms, probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a person who has passed away. This includes the distribution of the estate to heirs and designated beneficiaries and paying off any debt that's owed to creditors. Keep in mind, even estates with proper planning in place often require probate. If a loved one has passed, our experienced and caring attorneys know how to walk your family through this delicate process.

Divorce & Family Law

Needing a divorce or family lawyer can be an emotional time, so having a trusted legal professional by your side can make a big difference to ensure you or a loved one is properly represented and protected. The most common reasons a family might need a lawyer include adoption, divorce, and issues related to child custody and support. In any of these circumstances, we can help represent you in court proceedings, draft important legal documents, and provide counsel to guide you through the process.

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