Our Services for Individuals and Families

Divorce and Child Custody

There are many issues to be resolved when two people are contemplating dissolution of marriage or grappling with child-custody issues; whether contested or uncontested, we can help.


On average, more than 1 million people immigrate to the US each year; whether you are seeking to immigrate or hoping to assist a friend or relative, we can help.

Marital Agreements

Premarital and post-marital agreements, sometimes also called prenups and postnups, allow the parties to specify what will happen if they divorce or one spouse dies during the marriage. We can help.

Powers of Attorney

Sometimes it is necessary to authorize others to act on your behalf, or to act on behalf of others; many third parties accept powers of attorney to accomplish such activities. We can help.

Real Estate Transfers

Numerous instances arise in which parties seek to exchange real estate between one another. We can help.

Catastrophic Injuries and Wrongful Death

Unfortunately, life-changing injuries occur every day; when it comes time to seek compensation from those responsible, we can help.

Contract/Lease Review, Negotiation and Litigation

Contract law is a robust mechanism for arranging risks and benefits for almost every type of issue that can and does arise. Whether you are contemplating entering into a contract or lease, or one has already been breached, we can help.


When a loved one passes away, it is necessary to open a probate case to distribute their estate as they would have wanted. We can help.

Wills and Trusts

Using a will or trust to plan for the inevitable reduces the toll on loved ones after you have passed and allows you to determine how your assets will be distributed after death. We can help.

Business Formation

Starting a business can provide the opportunity to earn significant income and to pursue one’s passions; but starting off on the wrong foot can doom a new enterprise from the outset. We can help.

Insurance Claims

Insurers routinely deny claims; however, it is their responsibility to pay valid demands. When they refuse to pay, we can help.