Practice Areas

Practice Areas
Please contact us if you have questions or need assistance in one of our Practice Areas below.  
A member of our helpful staff will be happy to walk you through our intake process, and help determine whether our services are a good fit for you.

Practice Areas

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Wills, Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts, Durable Financial & Medical Powers of Attorney, etc.

Business Operations & Agreements

General business counsel, preparation & review of operating agreements, buy-sell agreements, shareholder agreements, contracts, corporate handbooks, minutes, etc.

Probate, Estate & Trust Administration

Probate of Wills, Estate & Trust Administration, Trust & Estate disputes, etc.

Strategic Personal Planning

Section 1031 Tax-deferred Real Estate Exchanges, Plannning for Career Transitions & Retirement, Financial Windfalls, Family Members with Special Needs, etc.

Business Setup

We guide clients through the process of selecting & establishing the correct entity structure for their new businesses.

Church, Ministry & Nonprofit Organizations

Entity Formation, Application for Tax-Exempt Status (Form 1023), Operations, General nonprofit counsel, etc.

Business Sale or Purchase, Exit Planning

Business negotiations, preparation & review of purchase agreements, due diligence, exit strategy development, etc.

Dispute Resolution

Helping parties resolve disputes in the areas of Estates & Trusts, Business & Contracts, and other Civil Matters.

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Our Intake Process

Brief Overview

Contact us to determine whether your matter is generally within the scope of our practice.

Detailed Written Questionnaire

If your matter is generally within the scope of our practice, our Staff will provide you with a relevant Intake Questionnaire for you to complete and return prior to any initial attorney consultation.
If you and our attorney determine our firm is a good fit for you and your matter, a formal written engagement agreement will follow.

Formal Engagement

If you and our attorney determine our firm is a good fit for you and your matter, a formal written engagement agreement will follow.