Real Estate Law
Business law deals with everything from the creation of new business to any issues that can arise while operating, such as tax law, intellectual property, real estate, sales, employment, bankruptcy, contracts, and more.
Corporate law is the body of law governing the rights, relations, and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and businesses. The term refers to the legal practice of law relating to corporations, or to the theory of corporations.
Natural Resources Law
Oil & Gas Law
1031 Tax-Deferred Exchanges
A 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange is a procedure that allows the owner of investment property to sell it and buy like-kind property while deferring capital gains tax. It gets its name from Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, which allows you to avoid paying capital gains taxes when you sell an investment property and reinvest the proceeds from the sale within certain time limits in a property or properties of like kind and equal or greater value.
Family law is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations. Subjects that commonly fall under a nation’s body of family law include: Marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships, adoption, surrogacy, child protective proceedings, juvenile law and paternity.
Elder law is an area of legal practice that specializes on issues that affect the aging population. The purpose of elder law planning is to prepare the elderly person for financial freedom and autonomy through proper financial planning and long-term care options. Elder law includes: estate planning and administration, medicaid, disability and other long-term care issues, wills, trusts, guardianship, conservatorship, committment matters, including fiduciary administration, elder abuse, neglect, fraud, and end-of-life planning.
Agricultural law deals with the production and sale of agricultural products. It also includes the impact of agricultural production, including issues of environmental law, sustainability, animal welfare, and food law and policy.
Military Law. U.S. armed forces are governed by the Uniform Code of Military Justice and service-specific regulations. Military Law includes, but is not limited to, the Laws of Armed Conflict, various international laws, and criminal laws unique to servicemembers, and disciplinary rules and regulations for the good order and discipline of the forces. Some of the more common issues servicemembers deal with are Courts-Martials, Article 15’s, and involuntary separation boards.