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Once a complaint is initiated against your license, the investigating department (most likely a consumer services unit) is likely to either issue a non-disciplinary citation, close the complaint or continue with an investigation. Should a full blown investigation occur, the complaint may be forwarded to legal services where the complaint will be assigned to a state prosecutor to review. The attorney will either close the complaint out for reasons such as insufficient evidence or non-jurisdiction.


In the alternative, the state prosecutor may elect to draft an administrative complaint. In most circumstances, the administrative complaint needs to be adopted by the Board of that associated profession to determine probable cause. Once an administrative complaint is filed against a licensee, that licensee will be notified of the complaint and asked to file an election of rights form where an election needs to be made. 



The licensee should consult with an experienced attorney at the earliest point that discipline is being sought against that licensee. Timely legal expertise ensures that the licensee makes the best election in defending the allegations. 



In determining a case strategy, we meet with the client to conduct a thorough review of the facts and evidence levied against the client. We review any witness statements and explore every feasible avenue to identify any mitigating or exculpatory evidence that will either exonerate our client or mitigate any prospective penalty or subsequent prosecution. Our office stands ready to go to trial if it is in our client’s best interest.



Car accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and death. Car accidents can result in a multitude of injuries and/or medical conditions. Common injuries include but are not limited to herniated disks, broken or fractured bones, neck and back injuries or worse. It is important that you consult with a competent and aggressive attorney to timely advise you regarding medical care and treatment and to aggressively pursue any monetary remedy that you may be entitled to in light of any damages suffered.



  • Mediation

  • Time Sharing

  • Child Support

  • Parental Rights

  • Property Distribution

  • Alimony

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Postnuptial Agreement

Our office diligently represents husbands or wives, mothers or fathers by handling each case with the utmost confidentiality and care to ensure that the client's voice is heard and that strategies to promote the best interests of the child or children are developed and executed.