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Commercial Law:
The body of law which governs the broad areas of business, commerce, and consumer transactions. Commercial law regulates corporate contracts, hiring practices, and the manufacture and sales of consumer goods.


Debtor/Creditor Law:
The area of law governing situations where one party is unable to pay a monetary debt to another. An attorney is given several legal resources to recover unpaid debt that are not available to non-attorneys.  For example only a state licensed attorney can execute orders to seize debtor assets and in some cases recover additional fees for continued pursuit of a delinquent account.


Judgment Enforcement:
The legal practice of enforcing a court judgment.


Contract Litigation:
A contract is basically an agreement between two or more people which creates an obligation to do, or not do, something. The agreement creates a legal relationship of rights and duties. If the agreement is broken, then the law provides certain remedies.  Sometimes litigation may be required to pursue those certain contract remedies.


Corporate Law:
The field of law concerning the creation and regulation of corporations and other business organizations such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies.


Tax Controversies:
Tax payer disagreements with the Internal Revenue Services or other state tax agency over whether additional income, estate, gift or certain other taxes are owed.


General Civil Litigation:
The McGary Firm also handles a variety of Civil matters. If you have a legal issue you'd like to discuss, let us know.