Practice Areas

Let us know how we can you help you. View our practice areas and let us know how we can assist in protecting you, your family or your business. Our goal is to provide the best representation possible using the laws to your favor at the most cost efficient price.



Our economy can be tough and uncertain, or sometimes life just throws us curveballs. If you are struggling to pay bills and make ends meet, and your debts are piling up, there is a way out. Bankruptcy offers you a lifeline and resolution to your situation. You are entitled to file for bankruptcy under federal law. LEARN MORE


Our firm is passionate about helping entrepreneurs launch their dream business, protect their family and business, and create a legal foundation for you to succeed with one less worry in mind. One of the most important decisions you will make is how you will organize your business entity and we will be with you every step of the way. LEARN MORE


Our firm most works on the areas around elder law: Estate Planning; Probate Administration; Medicaid Planning; Trusts, and Veterans issues. Elder law clients are seniors and caregivers or the family of those with developmental disabilities. We assist you with advanced directives (living will), power of attorney, guardianship, etc. LEARN MORE


Our firm is about building long-term relationships with our clients and there are fewer more intimate experiences in an attorney-client relationship than estate planning. An estate plan is important in determining how your assets, property, debts, medical care and family obligations are managed after you die, or should you become incapacitated. LEARN MORE


Our firm will work with employers, employees, individuals and their families throughout the United States and worldwide, including clients from Europe, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Mexico, Canada, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Our firm knows how complex and uncertain immigration can be and that's why it is important to have an attorney on your side throughout the immigration process. LEARN MORE


Like​ Estate Planning, probate creates an intimate attorney-client relationship. Losing a loved one is hard enough, but trying to handle complex financial and legal issues while dealing with family interests is more than anyone should have to endure alone. Probate is the legal process of winding up of an estate of someone who has died that will typically involve attorneys, judges, creditors, personal representatives (executors), and others. LEARN MORE