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Family Law / Domestic

Family Law / Domestic

Laura Potteiger is devoted to providing you with a direction during difficult times and is here when you need her.  Laura Potteiger understands family law and can assist you with your legal needs in any capacity.  Call Laura today and get started, you will be glad you did.

Juvenile

Juvenile

Being a juvenile in the courtroom can be scary and being a parent watching your juvenile in front of the judge can be even scarier.  Make sure if/when you are faced with the need for legal representation for you or your juvenile, you obtain representation that understands the laws and can provide no only understanding but an aggressive defense for the freedoms of the juvenile.

Collections

Collections

In order to be successful in the collection of a debt or judgment owed to you or to your business, it is vital that you receive the assistance of an experienced commercial debt collection lawyer or law firm who will aggressively and skillfully take the steps necessary to collect the money which you are owed. Contact Laura for more information about collections.

Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense

Have you been charged with a crime?  Have you realized that you are faced with possible incarceration?  Laura Potteiger has worked with countless individuals in the same situation and provided those clients with not only the legal representation they needed, but an understanding that you rarely get from other attorneys.  Laura can understand your perspective and will provide you with an aggressive defense in the court room.  No matter the charge, a traffic violation, drunk driving, or anything else, Laura will continue providing you, your family member, or your friend the highest standards when defending clients with any felony or misdemeanor you, your family, or your friends are facing.

Will & Testament

Will & Testament

Understandably, thinking about your death is a difficult thing to do, we all want to live forever; regrettably, it is inevitable and having a will and testament is essential and should be considered for everyone.  A will can provide you the opportunity to not only distribute personal property, but can establish care and an plan for your children the way you wish for them to be handled after your death.  Did you know that if you die without a last will and testament, you leave these major decisions up to the court?  Don’t wait, today is our only guarantee and being prepared for the future is not only the responsible thing to do, it shows your family and loved ones that you cared, even after your gone.

Business Formation

Business Formation

Starting a business? Have a business currently and running it as a sole proprietor or partnership?  Are you aware of the personal liability that it puts on you, your family, and your future?  Considering forming a corporation or limited liability company to shield yourself from the liabilities of your business?  Welcome to Laura Potteiger, Attorney at Law.  Laura Potteiger, Attorney at Law will help you and give you the proper information to help you make an informed decision like helping you understand entity selection.  Laura can also help by completing the proper forms and certificates, creating business binders, coordinate initial meetings of owners, and even draft Bylaws and Operating Agreements.  Don’t wait, call today, get the information you need today, and make a decision that can protect you and your loved ones tomorrow.

Mediation

Mediation

Mediation is an informal process where a mediator helps people with a dispute to reach agreement. The mediation process identifies important issues, clarifies misunderstandings, explores solutions, and negotiates settlement. The mediator is not a judge and does not make a decision or impose a solution on the dispute. Rather, the mediator helps those involved in the dispute talk to each other, thereby allowing them to resolve the dispute themselves. The mediator manages the mediation session and remains impartial. Rule 31 created a system where litigants, courts, and attorneys can locate qualified alternative dispute resolution mediators and other neutrals and enlist their assistance in resolving matters pending before courts of record.