When divorce is inevitable, know that you do not have to go it alone. The consequences for your family, children and finances require the assistance of a family law attorney.
Do you need a will or a trust? Should you have a durable and a health care power of attorney? How can you minimize opportunity for dispute, costs and complications for your family when you are gone?
Your divorce is behind you, but life continues to change. When you need help to change child support, adjust placement or custody, or your ex is not following court orders, know and advocate for your rights.
Your love one has passed away. You have questions about dealing with family members, assets of your loved one, bills and taxes. You may have the will or trust of your loved one (or can't find anything) and you don't know where to start.
You are selling or buying a home and you want to protect yourself and ensure a clean transaction. You have questions about inspections, testing, closing, title insurance and more. The stakes are high and you haven't done this in a while (or ever).
We have experience in many different practice areas and have connections to colleagues who specialize in all areas of law. When you are not sure where to start with your legal need, give us a call.