The firm's practice is concentrated in the area of estate planning and probate administration. This includes the preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and other estate planning documents. Clients receive a free initial consultation to determine what documents are recommended and we then design your documents around your specific needs and circumstances. Additionally, if a family member, friend or loved one has passed away, the firm offers estate administration services to help guide families and others through the often confusing and emotional process of estate settlement. If you are not sure what you may need, call to schedule an appointment to discuss your specific situation and, remember, the initial consultation is free.
The firm has a limited practice in the area of real estate law and will prepare deeds, leases and contracts of sale representing either buyers or sellers in real estate purchase or lease transactions. In certain circumstances the firm may also conduct your real estate closing.
BUSINESS FORMATION & STRATEGIC PLANNING
The firm can help you create and form your business entity as a partnership, limited liability company or corporation and help you develop a strategic plan that will start you on the road to achieving a successful and profitable business enterprise.
FINE ARTS & NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION
The firm has more than 40 years of experience in fine arts and nonprofit management and administration including formation, creation and representation of 501(c)(3) exempt organizations. From fund raising to project management to strategic planning for nonprofits, we can help you in virtually every aspect of your nonprofit organization.
The firm has a general practice and may be able to assist you in other areas. Please call to discuss your specific legal needs.
Disclaimer: An attorney-client relationship is not established until representation is accepted by the attorney and a written representation letter or agreement is executed by both the potential client and the attorney. No unsolicited communication will be deemed confidential before representation is accepted and a representation agreement is signed.