We practice law in the areas that matter most to people: their families and their freedom. Most people don’t plan to be arrested. A minor facing a juvenile judge fears the consequences. Parents seeking child support or visitation want to know their rights. Even a person convicted of a crime has rights of appeal.
You possess rights which the law is required to protect. We strive to help our clients understand their rights, explore the options presented by the reality of individual cases, and then we work with you to achieve solutions. People come to us with problems and questions, and we do everything that we can to help them find answers.