Civil litigation includes several areas of the law. The most commonly known civil lawsuits involve claims of personal injury. However, civil litigation encompasses a vast array of cases in which individuals seek protection or relief in the form of a judgment or court order.
The validity and interpretation of a contract carry serious implications as to how the terms of the contract are performed and how the contract is enforced. As a result, before entering into a contract, it is crucial to understand the binding terms and ensure the contract is drafted in a way that will minimize exposure to liability, and afford the necessary protections under the law in the event of litigation.
When facing criminal charges, your most basic rights guaranteed under the United States Constitution, your liberty and freedom, may be in jeopardy. A criminal case begins as you are read your rights and the police officer is placing cuffs on your wrists. This is often a terrifying and overwhelming experience. To defend a criminal case, it is not enough to hear your rights; the crucial element of your case is understanding the charges brought against you and the defenses available to you.
Family law is an overarching label for a variety of cases that focus on the family. Divorce is just one of the many subcategories of family law, as it also includes marital planning and child adoption. It is an area of the law that is constantly evolving to ensure inclusion and equal rights to every family unit.
The departure of a loved one is a life changing event. Many people wish to create a will to ensure comfort and fond memories for their families, even after they are gone. Unfortunately, a loved one’s departure can lead to contention and legal action. A will is an instrument created to prevent contention and promote the true wishes of the one who has passed.
The purpose of having a Power of Attorney is to enable another to act on behalf of someone otherwise incapable of communicating their wishes. This incapacity can be due to travel, deployment, or medical emergency, just to name a few. Because of the uncertainties of life, a Power of Attorney is an instrument intended to protect livelihood and assets when a person is not available or capable of doing so themselves.
We pride ourselves on being genuine with our clients and supportive in the most difficult situations. Our ego is never the driving factor in our representation of clients. What does drive us is knowing that our help and guidance can make all the difference in our clients’ lives.
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