Given my business education and experience in business before becoming a lawyer and my practical approach to solving problems, my clients consider me to be both their legal and non-legal business consultant. I believe it is not reasonable or sustainable for my clients (and prospective clients) to pay exorbitant and ever increasing legal fees, especially in these challenging times. I am also absolutely committed to further ensuring that my clients receive the best legal advice for matters outside of my legal qualifications (such as for patents) through my referral network of competent and responsible lawyers. My client’s interests are paramount in my decision making.
In 2001, I resigned my partnership from a large law firm and joined two of my former partners in their boutique – state of the art – business and real estate practice, including succession planning, asset purchase and sales transactions and business formations. The sophistication, credentials and efficiencies of my practice are of the highest regard, and I am able to provide my services at rates which are often far less than charged by most law firms. After all, I control my own overhead and set my own fees. This flexibility helps ensure my client’s priorities, and make the practice of law particularly rewarding.
My private and public sector clients trust me to help them run their operations more efficiently, with less risks and more rewards. My individual clients likewise know how much I care for their concerns and of my dedication to their service. I am open for business.