If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime the next steps you take are crucial to your future. This is a traumatic, life-altering experience.
Without a doubt facing complex personal and financial issues arising from separation, divorce, child custody and other family law matters can be some of the most serious and emotional times of your life.
Land Use and Planning
Zoning and land use codes can be very complex, and if interpreted incorrectly can negatively effect the use and value of your property. When you interpret a code one way and your municipality’s interpretation is different, it may prevent you from using the property as you intended.
Personal injury occurs when someone is injured by the careless or intentional acts of others. When it is determined that an individual, group or corporation is the responsible party, those individuals can be compelled by the Court to compensate the victim.
Purchasing or selling a home is one the most important events of our lives, ranking with marriage and the birth of children.
Real estate transactions are complex, involving legal issues with the contract, mortgage lenders, title companies, appraisals, home inspections, code approvals and safety inspections.
Social Security Disability
You work all your life, you pay into Social Security and suddenly you are physically or mentally unable to work. How do you pay your bills? How do you take care of your family? Many people think that Social Security benefits are only paid to you once you retire. Thankfully this is a common misconception.
Wills and Estates
No one can be sure of what the future holds, but you can use the present to be as well prepared as possible. We have all heard the horror stories of family members fighting over an estate of a loved one, or refusing to honor health care wishes that were never put in writing.
No matter what you do for a living you can get hurt at work.
The injury can occur in an instant or over time through the everyday repetitive physical tasks required for your job (lifting, typing etc.). Workplace accidents are much more common than people realize and can cause victims and their families extreme financial hardship. When you are unable to work, you loose the ability to pay bills like your mortgage, car payments or even grocery bills.