Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Estate Planning, Probate
When a loved one passes, you’ll want to ensure their last wishes are respected. When planning for your financial future or that of a loved one, such as completing a will, trust, power of attorney, advance directive, or guardianship, it’s advisable to consult an attorney with experience in estate law, so that you can learn about the options available to you. Working with an estate lawyer is a great way to find answers to common questions, get help with filings and forms, and find someone who will fight for your rights and those of your loved one.
Small business owners and large corporations alike will benefit from the services of a business law attorney. Business lawyers help decision makers weigh the pros and cons in critical situations, such as starting a business, completing transactions, sales, mergers, acquisitions, and more. Business lawyers also provide legal counsel regarding the hiring and firing of employees, handling employee disputes and discipline, pay and benefits, and payroll requirements.
Real Estate Law
Real Estate Attorney
Real estate law is a simple concept that can include a wide range of disciplines. First, a property can be residential or commercial. Real estate may be owned by an individual but used by another via rental arrangements. Land can be bought or sold and will be subject to various local laws to ensure the transaction is performed and recorded appropriately. There are also state and local government zoning regulations to consider, environmental codes, and more. Real estate attorneys can help property owners navigate the quagmire of real estate law, finding answers to questions related to all the above factors and more.