What makes a Good Attorney?
I believe that being a good attorney begins with being honest. The role of an attorney is to advise, counsel, and be objective, and this objectiveness can be what’s missing most of all in the modern practice of law. Besides honesty, I also believe that being an attorney means being a problem solver by figuring the most efficient means to advise you of your rights, your property, and your best interests to augment your decision-making process.
As an associate here at PSCB Law, I have had the pleasure of working besides individuals and companies alike. As a real estate attorney, I seek to guide buyers and sellers through the process of purchasing or selling their home or business and those seeking to enforce or protect their rights in lawsuits. Having represented people selling their properties out of Estates, bankruptcies, foreclosures, and dual purchases-sales, I have foundational experience in providing diligent and competent representation.
I also handle estates and other matters in the Superior Court, the Law Division, and the Special Civil Part, having trial and motion practice experience from beginning to end as an associate here at PSCB Law for clients ranging from individuals, estates, and even business entities.
I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology with a Philosophy and History undergraduate degree, with honors, and a Master’s degree in Technology, Policy, and Ethics. Upon graduation, I moved to San Antonio, Texas where I earned my J.D. at St. Mary’s University School of Law.
Core Practice Areas:
- Probate Estates
- Wills and Trusts
- Estate Planning
- Inheritance and Estate Tax
- Appointment as Personal Representative
- Residential Real Estate Transactions
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- Bulk Sales
Free Consultations available for:
Real Estate, Probate, Estate Planning.