After getting my law degree, I was welcomed into a big firm family. The only problem — it didn’t really feel like a family. It felt more like a number system. I didn’t like that, and so I left to start a more personalized practice.
I knew, from the moment I formed my office, that I made the right decision for both myself and my clients. As a small, boutique law firm, my clients get to know me personally and are always in on what’s happening with their case.
My instinct to help others led me to the fields of personal injury and estate planning. I strive to obtain the very best results for every client I represent.
One of the greatest advantages of working with a small firm, like mine, is getting to know your attorney personally. I want you to enjoy that advantage, so I invite you to share everything with me — your goals, your concerns — heck, even your life story!
The more I know about your situation, the more I can do for you on the legal level. The more I know about you as a person, the better I can pursue your personal injury claim and/or tailor your estate plan to suit your needs.
I know that you or your loved one may be too injured to come into our office. I’d be glad to meet you anywhere.
One of the biggest stresses for clients is whether they can afford legal counsel. To help, I offer a flat-fee quote up front for most of my estate planning services. In addition, I work on a contingency fee for personal injury cases, which means - I only get paid if you do!
I put all my resources to good use in order to help clients. If you decide to work with me, get ready for diligent, dedicated service.
A client with a substantial amount of assets needed assistance with his estate plan as well as asset protection. By establishing two separate trusts -- one for his businesses, one for his personal life -- we helped him gain complete control of his assets, protect himself from creditors, and establish a life insurance retirement plan.
A client came to us wanting to protect his business from a potential divorce.We were able to successfully create an estate plan that would protect him and his busineses in a very short time frame.
A married couple was concerned with what would happen to their daughter’s inheritance should they divorce. We set a marital trust up for the clients addressing these concerns with language that would provide protection for their daughter if such an unfortunate event were to occur.