I N D I V I D U A L S E R V I C E S
Gager, Bower & Scalzo, LLP offers comprehensive legal services for individuals and families within the following practice areas:
Trusts and Estates
This practice area includes representing multiple generations of our clients’ families. Our attorneys in this area provide a full range of services including estate taxation, inheritance and gifts, and preparation of wills and trusts. We frequently represent trusts, estates and their beneficiaries at probate hearings and assist in the preparation of estate, inheritance and income tax returns, as well as probate accountings. We also help our clients plan for the transfer of family businesses.
Residential Real Estate
This practice area handles all aspects of residential real estate transactions, from negotiating purchase and sale agreements to closings. We also provide title search and title insurance services, loan transactions, loan workouts, and can provide special assistance with condominium, zoning and land-use issues.
Gager, Bower & Scalzo, LLP attorneys who practice in this area are widely respected for their ability as civil litigators with a focus on plaintiff’s personal injury claims. Our attorneys represent plaintiffs in all types of personal injury claims, including automobile accidents, slip-and-fall incidents, defective products, industrial accidents, and other types of negligence. In some cases, alternative forms of dispute resolution such as arbitration and mediation provide the most efficient and effective representation to our clients.
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