At Sowerby & Moustakis Law, PLLC, you can be confident that your legal matter will be handled with a personalized approach and individualized attention. We work with our clients to help them achieve their individual goals. We offer our clients white-glove service at competitive rates. We take the time to meet with each of our clients to determine the best way to proceed with your matter. The firm focuses on providing quality legal services to individuals and small businesses including starts ups and existing business. This relationship focused practice means that we are just a phone call away.
We take pride in the Estate Planning, Business Law, and Municipal Law services that we can provide. As a boutique law firm, we have the time to listen to our clients’ needs. We can respond by acting to preserve your rights or to make sure that your position is known and understood by the opposing party or by creating a comprehensive Estate Plan that will protect you and your family. All while keeping our eye on controlling costs and unnecessary legal expenses.
Areas of Practice
First of all, a good estate plan must provide the documents necessary to take care of you while you are still here and provides for the distribution of your assets after you pass away.
Small Business Law
We want to help your small business thrive by helping to increase profits, protect company and founder’s assets, manage employees and minimize the risks of costly litigation.
Whether it is a planning board application or appeal, Class VI road issue, or a Right to Know Request, you should have an experienced Municipal Law lawyer on your side.
Attorneys who work in the field of elder law bring experience to that practice. Elder Law Attorneys have a vast knowledge of the senior population and their unique needs as well as the myths related to competence and aging.
Probate, Will and Trust Litigation
We represent trustees, executors, Administrators heirs and beneficiaries. We can help you with administration disputes, fiduciary issues and the resolution of estates and trusts.
Bankruptcy Law allows a person or business to try and reorganize or discharge debts if they cannot be paid.
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