Your small business needs a lawyer just like it needs liability insurance.  You hope you never need to use it, but you are thankful that you have it when you do.  

Your small business lawyer should be reliable and easily accessible so you can reach her when the need arises; one who prides herself in providing personal service customized to her clients' particular needs. Whether you need to incorporate a new business or change the structure of an existing one; enter into a contract with a vendor or contractor, collect your outstanding accounts receivable, or just ask a question, your lawyer should be there for you.  A lawyer is an integral part of any business, and having one in your corner ready to help you face legal  issues gives you peace of mind so you can focus on running your business.

Business Law

  • Contracts
  • Mechanic's/Materialman's Liens
  • Debt Collection
  • Foreign Judgments
  • Entity Formation and Corporate Records Management
  • Asset Sales & Purchases

Bankruptcy Related

  • Creditors' Claims
  • Trustee Litigation Defense 

Civil Litigation

  • Plaintiff or Defendant

For Professionals

  • USPTO Defense of Ethics Complaints before the Office of Enrollment & Discipline

Real Estate Law

  • Foreclosures
  • Construction Law
  • Landlord/Tenant Law
  • Leases
  • Sale Agreements
  • Boundary Disputes, Encroachments, Easements
  • Deeds
  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Property Owners Associations