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Practice Areas

Family Law

Family law deals with family-related issues and domestic relations. Most family law practices focus on representing clients in a divorce and the issues related to divorce such as the division of marital property, child custody and support, and alimony

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Consumer Law 

Debtor-creditor law applies to all non-bankruptcy aspects of the relationship between creditors and debtors. One of the main goals of debtor-creditor lawyers is to keep their clients out of bankruptcy court. Issues include, but are not limited to, the proper procedures for extending credit; consumers' rights with respect to debt collection; and the different forms of credit satisfaction, such as liens and debt priority. An attorney who practices debtor-creditor law may specialize in small business and/or consumer issues, helping clients manage debt in order to remain solvent

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Real Estate

Real estate law is called real estate because it’s about real property. Real property is land as opposed to personal property which is objects. Fixtures that are permanently on the land like buildings or other large structures are also a part of real property. There are many different aspects of real estate law like deeds, titles, purchase financing, zoning, taxes and estate planning.

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Criminal Defense 

A criminal defense is a strategic argument that attempts to challenge the validity and sufficiency of the prosecutions evidence. The prosecution is the party trying to prove the criminal charges against you

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Probate

Probate, Deals with preparation of wills and Administering of a deceased person's will or the Estate of a deceased person without a will. 

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