Our areas of expertise
Services provided by our law firm are as follows:
1. Real Estate litigation, commercial transaction and litigation
Working mostly in the area of commercial property, our lawyers complete transactional legal work and litigation on behalf of buyers, sellers, brokers, developers, contractors, management companies, and others involved in real estate investment, development, construction, and real property transactions. We handle issues related to loans and financing, buy-sell agreements, easements and boundary disputes, and landlord-tenant lease and eviction issues.
2. Family law litigation including dissolution of marriage, child support, spousal support, division of community property and separate property.
we first listen to clients in order to better understand their needs and goals. If you are seeking a divorce, our firm strives to promote the equitable nature of legal proceedings and to mitigate any emotional turbulence that may arise.
3. Bankruptcy including adversary litigation in Federal court.
We represent creditors in all bankruptcy proceedings, including Chapter 7 liquidations, Chapter 11 business reorganizations, and Chapter 13 wage earner’s plans. Regardless of the status of the creditor as a priority claimant, a judgment creditor, or a secured, undersecured, or unsecured creditor, our lawyers will work diligently to protect the rights and interests of the client.
4. Estate planning, including family trust both revocable and irrevocable.
What if I die without a will? Dying without making a will means you’ll have no say over who receives your property. State laws will decide. In some states, only 1/2 of one’s assets go to the surviving spouse. Depending on your situation, the rest would go to your children, parents or close relatives. If you have minor children, a judge will decide who cares for them, and the situation may not be ideal.
Should I get a living trust instead? Depending on where you live and the size of your estate, a living trust could be a more efficient way to distribute your assets. You can avoid going through the time and expense of a probate proceeding, in which a court reviews your will, appoints your executor and orders the distribution of your property. A living trust requires more work than a last will. You must transfer your assets into the name of the trust after its creation. This process is often called trust funding.
5. DUI, including possession and intent to sell narcotics.
our most important job is to fight vigorously for our clients. We take this job seriously and we’re proud of the results we have achieved.
Not Guilty jury verdicts, Case Dismissals, DMV suspensions avoided helping clients move on with their lives and protect their livelihoods.
Our firm sets itself apart from other DUI firms by the results we get for our clients. This is accomplished by listening to our clients, understanding their concerns and goals, utilizing proven methods and strategies in DUI defense, approaching every case as winnable and fighting every case as hard as possible.
6. Corporate Law
We assist small businesses and others with every phase of their business life, from entity formation to business dissolutions and everything in between. We negotiate, draft, and review a range of contracts, from the purchase of real estate or commercial equipment leasing to buy-sell agreements. We also handle all aspects of corporate governance, including modest-size mergers and acquisitions.