General practice law covers a wide area 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:
- Preparation of a living will, or last will and testament
- Lease preparation
- Power of Attorney
- Child custody
- Personal injury
- Traffic violations
- Real estate transactions
- Trust creation and oversight.