An Integrated Approach to the Law
At Shinners & Cook we recognize that the law’s impact on your business interests can be complex and interrelated. For example, a well-drafted contract must also minimize the risk of litigation and a sound estate plan should protect your current business and financial needs. As business people ourselves, we bring a thorough understanding of business and business law to our work. Each of our attorneys has specific areas of expertise, but all of our attorneys offer clients an integrated plan to safeguard their interests, both today and tomorrow.
Learn more about how our team of experts can assist you in business transactions, real estate, estate planning, litigation, and everything in between.
The law’s impact on your business interests can be complex and must take into account a wide range of factors including your business history, current business interests, and your goals for the future. That’s why all of our attorneys have a keen understanding of what is necessary to start and run a business, sell it, or transfer it to a family member.Read More
Protecting your hard-earned assets or your family business from IRS taxes or the creditors of your heirs is one of many reasons our clients come to Shinners & Cook. A proper estate plan needs to address the complexity of your personal and business interests as well those of your children and heirs.Read More
Litigation / Conflict Resolution
The best litigation attorneys perform so well that their clients rarely, if ever, end up in court. Our attorneys are business men and women who understand how to start up, maintain, and sell or transfer a business to avoid conflict.Read More
Probate and Trust Administration
That period of time after the loss of a loved one is difficult and the added pressures and responsibilities of making legal decisions do not help. Clients take comfort on relying the expertise that Shinners & Cook offer in guiding them through the probate process.Read More
We understand that your business and personal transactions can be complex and may be interrelated. If you are purchasing or selling residential or commercial property, consulting a real estate attorney can save you time and money, and protect your financial interests long-term.Read More