Areas of Law

Learning more about the various areas of law is the first step to finding the right lawyer for your legal matter.

Areas of Law in California

What type of lawyer is best for your legal matter?

The law of California consists of several levels, including constitutional, statutory, regulatory, and case law. Exploring these laws will provide you with a better understanding of the law so you can make an informed decision regarding your next steps.

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Administrative Law Paperwork

Administrative Law

Administrative law is the body of law that governs the activities of administrative agencies of government, including Social Security Benefits and California State Licensing.

Bankruptcy Law


Bankruptcy is a process by which individuals and businesses can repay or eliminate some or all of their debt under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court.

There are two types of bankruptcy – liquidation and reorganization.

Business Litigation paperwork

Business Litigation

Business litigation is an area of the law that deals with counseling and handling disputes between a business and another business, a government entity, or individuals.

It involves any type of business and any size business, whether it is a mom and pop store or a Fortune 500 company.

Consumer Law Document

Consumer Law

Consumer laws are in place to protect consumers against unscrupulous business practices, including everything from defective products to debt collection.

criminal law paperwork

Criminal Law

Criminal Law is a system of laws in place to punish individuals who commit crimes. A criminal defense lawyer will ascertain whether your specific situation has factors that may lessen the crime of which you have been accused, prove your innocence, or show that no crime has been committed

Employment Law Paperwork

Employment Law

California has a wide variety of employment laws in place to protect both employees and employers. These laws include everything from minimum wage, discrimination, and wrongful termination.

Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Your estate may include everything from real estate, vehicles, and bank accounts to investments, insurance policies, and personal possessions. For this reasons, it’s important for you to take the time to create a plan for your estate.

Family Law Paperwork

Family Law

Administrative law is the body of law that governs the activities of administrative agencies of government, including Social Security Benefits and California State Licensing.

Family Law

Immigration Law Paperwork

Immigration Law

Immigration law involves everything from obtaining citizenship to deportation proceedings, to being able to work in California without being a citizen, and even marrying a citizen or non-citizen.

Insurance Law Paperwork

Insurance Law

Insurance policies are designed to prevent a financial crisis in the event of an emergency.

Insurance law is the area of law involving insurance, including policies and claims. The three main categories of insurance law are regulation of business insurance, regulation of the content of insurance policies, and regulation of claim handling.

Personal Injury Paperwork

Personal Injury

A personal injury is a legal dispute that arises when someone suffers harm from an accident or injury and someone else might be legally responsible. Personal injury law covers a wide range of cases, including everything from animal attacks, brain injury, and elder abuse to medical malpractice, premises liability, and wrongful death.

Real Estate Law Paperwork

Real Estate Law

California real estate laws cover a variety of topics, everything from title disputes, transferring ownership, and mechanic’s liens to homeowner’s association disputes, real estate fraud, and landlord-tenant disputes.

If you’re overwhelmed by the complexities of California law, you may want to find a lawyer for help.

You don’t have to understand the complexities of the law in order to overcome a legal matter.

Working with an experienced attorney will ensure your interests are protected while you navigate the legal process.

Give us a call at 818-340-4529 for help.