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I learned the law so well that the day I graduated law school, I sued the college, won, and got my tuition back.
– Fred Allen

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Business Law | Estate Planning

We handle all type of business and corporate transactions and disputes. Learn More

Criminal Law

We handle DUI, domestic violence, battery, hit and run, warrants, and related criminal matters. Learn More

Bankruptcy Law & Asset Protection

We handle chapter 7, 11, and 13 cases for individuals and businesses. Learn More

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I’ve been practicing law for 18 years and take pride in getting the best result I can for my clients.  I never pass people off to someone who doesn’t have my level of experience since I know I can get the job done.

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