Justice in your case could mean outright dismissal of your criminal charges, where the evidence does not support a conviction. Justice could also mean a well negotiated plea bargain that eliminates or reduces possible sentences in a criminal case. It could be a withheld finding or a probation for a period of time. The facts of your case determines what justice is available to you.
Justice could mean recovery after a serious injury that keeps you out of work and other engagements for weeks, months or more. If you have been involved in a car crash, slip and fall, defective consumer product or medical malpractice, The Law Office of Emmai Ndukwe will ensure that justice is served by any and all available legal means. To the extent that the law allows, we will ensure that you are compensated. The fact of your case will determine what justice means in your case.
Justice could also mean having custody, shared custody with a former spouse or right to visitation. It can mean getting adequate spousal support or child support for our clients during and after a divorce. Justice could also mean equitable distribution of marital property during a divorce proceedings or protection of separate property. The facts of your case will determine what justice means in your case.
Justice could also mean your ability to adjust your status from a visitor to a permanent resident of the United States. It could also mean reuniting with your family that lives abroad with those that live in the United States. Justice could mean your right to fight a deportation proceedings against you or even the right to have work permit. The fact of your case will determine what justice means in your case.
Justice could mean being given the opportunity to be relieved of debt in bankruptcy and thus giving our clients the opportunity to start afresh. It could mean negotiating your existing debt, making them manageable and easy to pay. The facts of your case determines what justice means in your case.
Justice could mean well-negotiated contracts and agreements and secured business transactions. It could also mean an assurance that your investments are safe and that your business partners are adhering to all bargains, agreements and contracts. The facts of your case determines what justice means in your case. Our areas of specialty are: Consumer Goods Sales, Contract Drafting/Negotiations/Litigation, Intellectual Property, Business Formation, and Business Disputes.
Ultimately, our promise to our clients is that we will vigorously seek justice on behalf of our clients, wherever, whenever and however she may be found.
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