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Pudyk Law Office: Practice Areas
We are often asked what type of law we practice. Below are the primary practice areas for Pudyk Law Office.
Estate Planning: What if you were to unexpectedly die or something was to happen to you and you were left disabled or mentally incapacitated? Do you have someone who can legally make decisions regarding your care or the care of your family? Estate planning allows you to plan for these unexpected tragedies and ensure that you and your loved ones are protected and provided for in the way that you best see fit.
Probate and Estate Administration: This type of law is entered into after an individual is deceased. When a person passes away, much administrative work needs to be done concerning filing of the will, distribution of assets, and payments to creditors. These types of tasks can be stressful and overwhelming, especially in the aftermath of a death of a loved one. Christy is an experienced and compassionate attorney who can handle these matters for you, without causing you extra stress or worry. She can also protect the personal representative, or more commonly known as ‘executor’, from making a mistake in the handling of an estate.
Business and Commercial Law: Are you starting up a business, or do you already have a business? Make sure your personal assets are protected from future business liability. Christy offers a variety of affordable services for small businesses including: drafting contracts and buy sell agreements, transferring an existing DBA into a LLC or a Corporation, and representation at court in litigation matters for both small and large cases.
Traffic and Criminal: The fine associated with receiving a ticket isn’t the only cost you’ll be paying if you receive a moving violation. Insurance companies increase rates and add extra fees for receiving points on your record from those pesky traffic tickets. Even if the ticket is considered a zero-point offense by the Secretary of State, insurance comp