PRACTICAL AND PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS FOR LEGAL MATTERS
If you find yourself in any of these situations:
- A dispute which becomes a lawsuit
- A dire financial situation that only filing for bankruptcy will give you debt relief and a fresh start
- Collection actions from creditors or credit card companies
- Family Law Matters
It is important to consider your options carefully. In deciding what options to take, consulting with an attorney knowledgeable in that specific area of law is the first step you should take.
My practice is client based. My philosophy representing clients is founded on the belief that there is no cookie cutter method representation. Every client has different needs and requirements when it comes to their case. For many of my clients this is their first experience with the legal system and it can be confusing and overwhelming. I give clients the personal attention, dedication and responsiveness necessary to make informed decisions. I talk with clients, I don’t talk to clients.
Prior to practicing law full time, I spent 25 years in the business world and corporate America. Because I understand client’s concerns regarding the cost of litigation I want my clients to feel that they are receiving value for the legal services they are paying for. I strive to deliver for my clients zealous advocacy for every matter, large or small.
Bankruptcy Attorney and Debt Relief Services
Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. Before you make any move be sure to explore all your options. Know what to expect from the process. As your bankruptcy attorney Bill will help you get answers so you can …
Divorce and Family Law
While the decision to divorce may be made after careful consideration as to how it will affect the family and finances, the divorce process itself will set the future course for yourself, your spouse and your children. The divorce …
Bill will take you through the entire process of filing and pursuing a non-criminal lawsuit. Bill can also advise you on whether your case is best suited for court, or can be handled better outside of the courtroom …