April D. Porter is an experienced trial attorney who can provide expert legal guidance with many different types of litigation. Contact our office to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal options.
Wills are an important step in protecting the one’s you love. Wills allow you to plan many things, including:
- How your property is inherited
- Financial care of young children with trusts
- Who will care for your children
Wills should be updated over time, especially if there is a major life event like a divorce or birth of a new child. Contact us to get started on the process of creating or updating your will.
Estate Planning, Probate, and Elder Law
Laws surrounding estates are complicated. April D. Porter can help you understand your options and guide you through the process. Estate planning can help reduce estate taxes, avoid probate battles and help guide your loved ones when difficult medical decisions need to be made.
Because it comes at a very emotional time, probate can be a difficult process. You can turn to April D. Porter for guidance with the important decisions that may need to be made. She can help you understand the process and guide you through any legal twists and turns that may occur during probate.
As parents or other loved ones age, they may need some help taking care of health care, finances and more. Elder law includes legal advice in situations that require guardianships, health care directives and estate planning help.
Personal Injury Law
Injuries can severely impact you in physical, emotional and financial ways. If you’ve been injured as the result of an action by someone else or on their property, you may have the right to compensation for your pain, medical bills and lost income. April D. Porter will fight for your right for equitable compensation, so you can move forward with your life.
Social Security Disability Law
Injuries or medical conditions can keep you from being able to work. You may be able to receive disability benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance. If you have a mental or physical disorder that prevents you from working, you may need legal assistance navigating the application and benefit process of the Social Security Administration. We may also be able to help you if your application has been denied.