General practice (or general law practice) typically encompasses a broad range of practice areas by an attorney. It means that the attorney does not limit their law practice or specialty to one particular area of law. Instead, the attorney will practice law in several areas such as bankruptcy, business law, family law, estate planning, litigation, and real estate. Our general practice is geared toward our smaller communities and ongoing work for clients who need contracts, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, business agreements, real estate contracts and corporate documentation. If you are involved in regular legal issues that can plague small businesses, you may find that a general practitioner can help in these areas. We strive to provide a well-rounded array of services to our clients within our practice. We will make referrals to specialists should we feel your particular situation falls outside the scope of our practice. In that regard we have many lawyers and law firms that we frequently network with and make referrals to in order to provide you with the representation that you need.