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The attorneys at Marshall & Associates, PLLC., have years of experience representing our clients in a wide variety of cases involving couples
We understand that you are likely in the midst of a difficult transition during the time you engage our services, which is why we bring our understanding and sensitivity to your situation as well as our legal skills and experience.
Family law comprises a wide variety of legal situations dealing with family matters and domestic relationships, including:
If you are facing a criminal charge, no matter how minor it may be, you may benefit from engaging the services of one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys.
Being convicted of a serious misdemeanor or a felony can have very adverse effects upon your life - in addition to the time you may spend in jail and fines you may need to pay, having a conviction on your record may prevent you from gaining employment, obtaining certifications or licenses in your occupational field, owning firearms and in many states even retaining your right to vote in elections.
Our criminal defense attorneys will help you to understand your charges and provide their advice on your best course of action in court. You can count on us to aggressively fight for you to obtain the best possible results for your case.
We represent clients, who have been charged with many criminal offenses, including, but not limited to the following:
Injuries are an unfortunate part of life and for the most part no one is to blame. But if you or a loved one has been seriously injured due to another's negligence, one of the experienced attorneys at Marshall & Associates, PLLC. can help.
Fair compensation from the party who is responsible for your injury seldom happens because the insurance company lawyers primary goal is to protect their insured client - not to offer you, the victim of this negligence, a fair settlement.
The attorneys at Marshall & Associates are dedicated to fighting for you to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. Depending upon the severity of your injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, scarring or disfigurement,
emotional trauma, future medical treatment and rehabilitation or permanent disability.
We represent clients for a wide variety of different personal injuries, including, but not limited to the following:
Probate is the legal process that occurs after someone dies, in order to transfer
the estate in an orderly, supervised and fair manner. It includes a number of
steps, such as:
You can trust the experienced attorneys at Marshall & Associates PLLC. to provide you with guidance and advice during this sometimes quite complicated process.
We will assist with the preparation of legal and tax documents for the estate, organize and file the proper documents, assist with settling a complicated estate
and in the proper distribution of the estate according to the will, or absent a will, according to the law. We are a local family-owned law firm. Customer service is our priority. Our experienced attorneys provide clients with personal and timely attention.
General practice law covers a wide wide of legal specialties, enabling the general practice attorney to be able to represent you in a variety of ways. For example, a general practice attorney can represent you in court, be your advocate in negotiations, draft and review documents and legal forms, assist with traffic court violations, small claims court, evictions, minor matters, estate planning and much more.
The attorneys at Marshall & Associates, PLLC. have extensive experience and training in general law as well as in a number of specialties within the law, such as criminal defense, probate, personal injury and family law.
We're able to assist you with most legal issues you may have, even the small ones that require little legal advice or representation.
A few examples of issues that general practice attorneys routinely handle
are the following:
Wills and Estate Planning
Wills and estate planning are similar legal procedures, but differ in many ways. A Last Will and Testament is the center of every estate plan, allowing you to distribute your assets, provide for your favorite charity or cause, and appoint guardians for your children.
Without a Last Will and Testament your property will be divided according
to the laws of your state, so if you wish to have control over how your property will be distributed after your death a Last Will and Testament
is required by law.
However, a will is only a portion of the process of estate planning. A power of attorney is essential in estate planning, allowing you to appoint a trusted family member or friend as an agent to manage your finances and medical decisions, if you are no longer capable of managing them yourself. A Living Trust can allow you to transfer your assets to a separate legal entity, preventing your estate from going through the probate process, while a Living Will can specify what sorts of medical treatment you wish to receive in the event of your incapacitation due to illness or injury.
Estate planning is far more than preparing your Last Will and Testament.
It encompasses a variety of important legal areas, such as: