- Real Estate Documents -- Click here for a list of
items to accumulate to help us help you with your real estate sale.
Real Estate Costs – Client here for a rough estimate of the costs
involved in a typical residential real estate closing.
Lease Agreement -- Click here for a list of items to accumulate to help us help you with writing lease agreement
Divorce/Separation -- Click here for a list of
items to accumulate to help us help you with your divorce and/or separation
Criminal -- Click here for a list of items to
accumulate to help us help you defend against criminal charges
consider bringing your last tax return and your most current statements to
your visit so that we can help you decide a course of action based on your
complete financial situation.
Probate – bring a death certificate
for the person whom you are to represent along with your copy of their
will. Please also bring any
bills you have for the person and any papers detailing the deceased person’s
assets at the time they passed.
For specific suggestions on preparations and precautions, click here.
Litigation – whether you are facing a
civil or a criminal matter, please bring whatever papers you have
concerning the case. Once you
have called us, please also remember NOT to speak with anyone about the
case, including police officers – we will want to discuss your rights with
you so that you fully understand your options in speaking with others,
including law enforcement personnel.
CANNOT APPEAR IN COURT? If you are asking us to go to Court for you,
please remember it is important to appear ON TIME for all court appearances
unless we tell you that your appearance is not necessary. If you even
think you may miss a Court date, please call us to let us know the
reason. If you cannot reach us -- and ONLY if you cannot reach us
-- then call the Court and advise the Court -- the Court telephone
numbers are on our "Information on Our Local Courts" page.
It is NEVER acceptable to fail to appear in Court -- the Court looks upon
such failures badly and will, justifiably, see the failure as evidence that
you do not take the proceeding seriously and, therefore, see little reason
to give you the relief you seek.