General Practice

General practice attorney cases fall in a wide range of overlapping practice areas, from drafting wills and handling personal injury cases to negotiating tax settlements with the Internal Revenue Service. Common practice areas include family law, bankruptcy, wills and probate, trusts and estates, landlord and tenant, and criminal law. Please read on to find a general practice lawyer or access information about general practice law.

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Several years ago, we provided our HOA builid specks for a back yard storage building.
The building was approved, now with new board members we are told we are out of compliance. As long as the building did not show we were told all was ok. Two large trees died as a result of a hard winter. We spent over $2,000 to replace the natural shield from the street. Today I was told I had to remove the building at once!. Please advice.
A tree contractor broke my shed while removing trees from the neighbors yard. Must he fix it?
The contractor says he looked at the shed and although it is unsafe and has deteriorated since his crew broke it, he won't fix it because he deems it to have been old and some wood was rotten. He said he will knock it down for me. I feel he should repair it. It shelters building materials and my quad, as well as wood.
If I buy an expensive item as a gift and we split up (living together, not married) is it legally mi
I bought a $1200.00 camera and an $800.00 bike. I bought the bike before we were living together and the camera was a Christmas present two months before we split. He is now moving out of the house, I am assuming all house expenses when he leaves. He has been paying half the utilities while still here but no rent.
Can a lawyer represent family members?
In the state of Mississippi, is it legal for a lawyer to represent their family members?
A person I know used my credit card and spent more than 7600. Can I sue them
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