Personal Injury

Accidents resulting in personal injuries are a common occurrence in our lives. In addition to auto accidents, we may suffer personal injuries or property damage in accidents in the home, at business premises or on streets and sidewalks. Injuries may also be caused by carelessness of doctors, lawyers and other professionals. You can protect yourself by consulting a lawyer if you suffer an injury or property damage as a result of an accident.

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Bankruptcy and Debt Matters

There are many reasons for financial difficulties, such as loss of a job, death of a bread winner, too many credit card purchases, identity theft or inaccurate information clouding your credit. Money problems can be emotionally wrenching and seriously damage family relations. In some cases, it is possible to negotiate with creditors to lower payments or to accept lump sum settlements. In other cases, bankruptcy protection might help those who are unable to pay their bills.

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Criminal Defense

The criminal justice system protects us by arresting and jailing criminals. Yet not everyone who is arrested is the bad guy. Someday, you, a family member, or a close personal friend may be accused of committing a crime and arrested. If you have been arrested, it is important to know your rights.

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Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of deciding how your assets will be distributed after you pass away. It does not have to be a long, costly, or depressing process. Many people think only the very wealthy need to worry about estate planning, but the fact is that everyone benefits from having their affairs in order.

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Family Law

Family law relates to all cases concerning family or domestic matters. The most common type of family law matter is divorce and the relating issues like child/spousal support, custody, and visitation. Beyond the considerable emotional pain, the end of a marriage is legally complex. You will need sound professional advice to determine child custody, financial support, and make a fair division of the property of the marriage.

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