Welcome. As a lawyer, it is my mission to provide affordable, respectful, and skillful legal representation to those who seek my services. All too often in our complex society, honest, hard working people find themselves caught up in legal difficulties. Also, nearly everyone eventually requires the services of an attorney at some point with regards to wills, powers-of-attorney, and various transactions.

Unfortunately, obtaining this much-needed representation can be an intimidating and expensive process. However, you may call me with confidence. I am happy to discuss your legal issues in a free initial consultation, and I can handle most matters on an affordable, fixed-fee basis. My practice includes the following specific areas:

  • Criminal Law & Traffic Violations
  • Overweight Trucking Violations
  •  Will Drafting
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Guardianship of the Elderly or Disabled
  • Probate and Estate Matters
  • Buying and Selling a Small Business
  • Forming a Limited Liability Company
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Collection of Personal Debts and Enforcement of Money Judgments

If you find yourself needing representation with these or other issues, I encourage you to contact me at once for a free initial consultation.

When you are in the process of appointing a lawyer for estate planning, be clear as to what they will charge for their services. They should be able to advise you on taxation matters and be able to guide you on ways to reduce taxes after your death. They must also be in a position to advise you on arrangements to be made for children especially those of them who are not adults. The estate lawyers are best appointed after getting references from friends and acquaintances. You can also go online and research for estate lawyers who operate in your area. Many lawyers have websites like www.mullhoferlaw.com that will explain the process of estate planning in detail and give you enough guidance to help you to take any decisions. It is also important that you feel comfortable with any lawyer that you appoint, and will have no difficulty giving them all the personal and other details that estate planning does involve.