We do not propose to be the court or transaction attorney you hire but the “solicitor” or advisor who can provide advice on how to get the best out of your “hired gun” or simply to identify your best interest in an existing difficulty, controversy, transaction or negotiation. The American legal heritage lies in the common law of England. That tradition included the role of the “solicitor” who provided the guidance to his clients on a myriad of business and personal matters as well as what “specialist” attorneys to hire. In modern times the attorneys general in a variety of private practice, in-house business and governmental entities perform this function.
As part of our counseling, we will offer to listen to and analyze our client’s problems and subsequently recommend strategies to help to resolve the difficulty, maximize their advantages under their existing relationships and agreements or those yet to be drafted, and possibly to suggest the hiring of specialized attorneys to implement these strategies. Most of the time clients simply need to know the strategy for solving their problem. They can execute the plan themselves.
We can consult with you in a variety of areas, including but not limited to the following areas of practice (please ask for help in areas not included, and I will inform of my capabilities in those areas):
- Business Law
- Property and Real Estate
- Land Use
- Municipal Law
- Civil Litigation
- Wills and Trust
- marital issues
- corporate law
- Law Practice
- social security and disability
- family issues: criminality,drugs, joblessness