Practice Areas

How Can We Help You?

Damages or injuries caused by another’s recklessness, carelessness, or intentional misconduct.

Policy and transactional work, employment law, commercial collections, sales and purchases, litigation, and contracts.

Assisting with a wide range of criminal offenses, from minor infractions and misdemeanors to serious felony charges.

Divorce, modifications, child custody, juvenile proceedings, paternity, child support, adoptions and guardianship.

Ownership disputes, contracts, buying and selling, rental disputes, loans and foreclosures, and easements issues.

Assisting with simple and complex wills, trusts, charitable trusts, and living trusts.

Testimonials

5/5
“I was represented by David Mills in a civil litigation and was so impressed by his work ethic that even though at one time I thought we had no chance to win, he researched the case so thoroughly that we won and even his legal fees were very fair. I would definitely recommend him and his firm.”
— Bob D.
5/5
“Recently, I was represented by Scott McBride as a defendant in a minor, but not insignificant, legal matter. We had never met before and I had no experience hiring an attorney. Needless to say, I was nervous about what it would cost and what would happen next, etc. I am relieved to say that nervousness was quickly replaced with confidence. Scott was professional, yet approachable. He explained things clearly, offered opinions based on experience (without sugar coating it), and I always knew where we stood with the case. When he wasn't immediately available, his staff kindly helped me. Other law firms may have done an adequate job, too. But I'm glad I chose this one.”
— Eric M.

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Established in 1971, our firm has earned a reputation among our colleagues and the courts for excellent trial work in criminal and civil cases.
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