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Our divorce lawyers focus specifically on assets and property to be divided between the parties. We can help with business valuations, discovery of hidden assets, negotiations related to homes and motor vehicles, and projections of deferred income and retirement benefits.
One of the core areas of practice at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC is, and has been since our formation in 1950, real estate law. Our lawyers have extensive knowledge and years of practical experience in all aspects of real estate law.
The business law practice at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC is focused on closely held businesses in Northeast Ohio. Whether you are starting, purchasing, selling or transferring a business to the next generation, our attorneys have the ability to assist you with sound legal and practical advice.
When you need administration of a decedent’s estate, or your own estate needs to be planned in order to provide for your family’s future — come to Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C.
At Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C., our Ohio attorneys have been helping workers and employers with their legal issues for more than 60 years. Our attorneys are advocates who can assist clients with a wide range of employment law issues.
If someone else’s negligence has caused you or a loved one to suffer a serious personal injury, contact one of the lawyers at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C. today.
If felony or misdemeanor charges are endangering your freedom and future, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side. Do not wait for prosecutors to mount a case against you.
At the law firm of Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC, our civil litigation team is equipped to provide you not only top quality legal representation, but to assist you with the inevitable practical challenges that you will face during civil litigation.
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