General Law

Choosing the right attorney is one of the most critical decisions you will make while navigating your legal matter. Your lawyer will be your trusted confidant, your staunch advocate, and your knowledgeable guide through your entire legal issue. An experienced attorney with a reputation for excellence is a significant advantage and something you cannot afford to be without. Attorneys at a full-service law firm can strive to understand your individual needs and provide sound legal counsel at the exact moment in your life when you need it the most. When legal matters are threatening to burden your mind, quality of life, and finances, you need an experienced attorney who values your concerns and will be available when needed.

Full-service attorneys practice law by focusing on several practice areas. Some of these include representing clients in the following areas:

  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate
  • Family Law
  • Probate
  • Estates
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • DUI
  • Fraud
  • Social Security Disability
  • Condemnation
  • Workplace Injury
  • Workers Compensation 
  • Real Estate Tax Assessments Protests and Appeals
  • Asbestos-Related Illnesses and Exposure
  • Contracts

Why might I need an attorney

Many situations arise in which attorneys can provide help and advice. Perhaps you have a legal problem and don’t know how to resolve it. Attorneys have been trained in the law and the legal system, and the right lawyer can counsel and assist you with your specific problem. For example, if you are facing a lawsuit, a lawyer can review the strengths and weaknesses of your case with you and help you understand your legal rights. An attorney knows the necessary rules and procedures needed to argue your case in court successfully. A lawyer can make a substantial difference in presenting and advocating for your side of the story in front of a judge or jury.    In some situations, failing to call an attorney immediately can worsen the situation. For instance, perhaps you’ve been arrested or involved in a damaging car accident. In this circumstance, a legal professional should intervene to ensure that all available witnesses give their accounting of the incident and that all the evidence is gathered. In other circumstances, getting preventive legal advice can save you trouble, money, and time by averting legal problems before they arise. Take, for example, what is involved in the purchase of a new family home. If you sign the purchase agreement without completely understanding it, you could have problems down the road. Or, maybe you are starting a small business with a partner. An experienced attorney could point out the drawbacks and advantages of various partnership arrangements.   It is a smart idea to get to know your potential attorney by having a consultation or case review and asking questions. In many cases, attorneys offer free initial consultations to allow prospective clients the opportunity to become familiar with them. That way, a client can make the most appropriate and informed choice of attorney for his or her needs. For more information, call or schedule a consultation with an attorney at a full-service law firm.