How Can We Help You?
Whether it's buying a house, starting a business or coping with life's crises, the law firm of Grant, Riffkin & Strauss, P.C. stands ready to serve you. We concentrate on the following areas of law:
Starting a new business, incorporating, partnership agreements, contracts, leases, selling a business and lawsuits. This includes working with Limited Liability Companies.
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We can help with the purchase and sale of a home, co-op, condominium and commercial property. The legal aspects of contracts, title insurance and financing can be complicated. Legal counsel can be retained to ensure that you understand the many legal exposures presented throughout the process.
Wills and Estate Planning
Drafting or probating will, assisting with "no will" situations, tax planning, asset preservation, drafting trusts, powers of attorney and living wills. Learn More...
Advancing or defending your personal and business interests in court.
Personal and business protection from creditors. A lawyer is not legally required to file for bankruptcy. But, consulting a lawyer will help you understand all the options available to you in this process. Also, a lawyer can represent you if an issue develops during the process, which is something lacking from services or agencies that advertise bankruptcy preparation.
Collecting delinquent accounts. Read more about Accounts Receivable and Collections
All serious personal injuries (or deaths) from any accident or defective product.
Divorce, custody, support, adoption, and marital agreements.
Our office handles Guardianships, Medicare, Medicaid, living wills and trusts for your loved ones. Living wills involve a person's wishes in the event that he or she is incapable of stating those wishes. Guardianships involve cases where a person needs care and financial management but no durable power of attorney exists. Meeting an attorney will organize and document your wishes in order to plan for incapacity.
Issues that affect employees, employers, and independent contractors.