We make it simple.
It's an unpleasant thought to think that your family's well-being, as well as the division of your assets--such as real estate, bank accounts, and vehicles--can be left to the discretion of a court judge. You can avoid this by carefully and proactively planning ahead. How? By planning your estate with the skilled guidance of our estate planning lawyers.
At John Murray Law, we have guided many individuals throughout the entire estate planning process, from start to finish. Our firm utilizes the latest technology to enable open communication between our firm and our clients, so that the process can be less overwhelming and less costly.
Making the most of your financial assets.
Making the decision to appoint an estate administrator is one of the best ways to regulate your assets even after you pass on. Our firm has found that estate administration is an area in which legal counsel is especially beneficial. Although similar to probate administration, there are some key differences involved in estate administration. The parts of an estate that do not go through probate, such as a trust, are left to the estate administrator. When choosing your administrator, it is important to select someone you can trust implicitly. Family members or attorneys are often appointed for this duty.
When real estate gets complicated.
We can help stop or mitigate a foreclosure, defend you if a real estate transaction goes wrong, or represent you as a tenant or as a landlord in cases of property damage. Our team can help you with wide variety of legal matters related to commercial or residential real estate. John Murray can aid you in the buying, selling, or leasing process. Other matters we commonly handle include: foreclosure, financing, document transactions, environmental issues, or negotiations over the terms of a deal.
Outsourced small business legal services.
We can partner with your company to provide necessary legal services. We can make sure your business or organization is in compliance with both state and federal laws and regulations, offer invaluable advice and guidance on key projects, and help with any other day-to-day needs associated with running a successful business. As your legal partner and continuous source of counsel, we will gain a thorough understanding of your business goals and objectives, as well as how you prefer to operate your business. In effect, our business law counseling will provide an affordable way for today’s business owner to enjoy the advantages of a knowledgeable in-house attorney.
We know legal issues are scary. We can help.
Civil litigation is a general term to describe a formalized dispute between opposing parties. Usually, the parties have hired lawyers to protect and advance their respective legal rights in anticipation of resolving the dispute at trial, arbitration, or some other forum, although most disputes settle before trial or even prior to initiating a lawsuit. If you are in a situation where you need to sue someone, are being sued, have questions about alternative dispute resolution, need to collect on a judgment or just need guidance about an escalating dispute, call for an initial consultation.