With a strong desire to help individuals, my areas of practice are limited to family law, bankruptcy, probate and estate planning. These are the areas of the law which most individuals will need an attorney for during their lifetime.
I started practicing in 1989 with a large portion of my practice being dedicated to family law, which includes divorce, dissolution, paternity actions, child support, custody and post-decree filings in the Domestic Relations Court.
Soon it became apparent that after a divorce most clients needed estate planning to insure that their assets are passed to the intended beneficiary and out of reach of their ex-spouse. Additionally, their parents needed estate planning, for one does not want to leave monies to a grandchild and then have their former son-in-law or daughter-in-law controlling these funds. This resulted in estate planning and probate being added to the practice.
Unfortunately, these current economic times have resulted in a large number of individuals being forced to file bankruptcy. Once prosperous clients have found themselves with no other option. In order to meet the expanding legal needs of my clients in 2005, bankruptcy was added to the practice areas of my law office. I can analyze your financial situation, advice you if you qualify to file a bankruptcy, which type of bankruptcy to file, and if this is the best option for you.
If you have an additional questions about the law office of John Mayer, Attorney At Law, then please give me a call.