Family Law

Marital/Domestic Issues can be complex, with myriad statutes and Case Law that apply but are not known to the Husband or Wife ‘on the street’. Sometimes just having the chance to become educated on the law, your rights, and the various potential outcomes can go a long way towards bringing peace.”

Divorce Litigation

Unfortunately, the conflict and tension that lead to the unraveling of marriages can all too often feed into hostility. Emotions can run high, and the frustration (or even anger) can lead to expensive, even destructive Court battles. Sometimes reasonable negotiation can mitigate the potential harm; sometimes a party simply needs to “prepare for the worst” and have qualified counsel prepare them for hearings before the Circuit Judge.”

Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of preparing a plan for the management and distribution of one's assets and wealth after their death or incapacity, typically involving the creation of legal documents such as wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. The purpose of estate planning is to ensure that one's wishes are followed, their loved ones are provided for, and their assets are transferred in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible.

Probate and Estate Admin

Probate is the legal process of validating and executing a will, paying debts and taxes, and distributing assets to heirs, while estate administration refers to the overall management and settlement of a person's estate, whether or not they had a valid will. Both processes involve navigating the legal system and fulfilling various obligations and responsibilities to ensure that the decedent's assets are properly distributed.

Both attorneys are Board Certified in their respective areas and have a combined 84 years of legal experience


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