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Christopher S. Mulvaney, Esq.




The Wheelhouse — Death And Debt

The wheelhouse (In baseball, the zone of a batter’s swing range that is most advantageous for hitting a home run) of my law practice is Debt (Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Consumer Bankruptcy) and Death (Estate Planning (Revocable Living Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney, for Finances & Health, & Living Wills) and Probate). Cases in the wheelhouse are the ore cases that drive the Firm. 

I believe that facing these morbid subjects head on is best.  The only two things certain in life are death and debt (not just tax debt is certain),  This is the best way for clients to take control of their lives, and not allow financial pressures to crowd out what is really important.

Cases Taken And Not Taken, And Why

I am a transactional attorney. I do not take litigation cases.   Because of my Wheelhouse practice areas, I may be able to takes such cases as:

  • Uncontested Joint Petition Divorce or Legal Separation,
  • Pre-nuptial & Post-nuptial Agreements,
  • Name Changes,
  • Debt Collection Defense,
  • Debt Negotiation & Settlement,
  • Foreclosure, and Consumer Protection & Warranty Issues 

5 Reasons to Hire Me – Christopher S. Mulvaney.

1) I care about the outcome of your case.
If I don’t believe I can give you a high probability of achieving your desired outcome, I would prefer you hire someone else.

2) I care about your experience of the process.
I am committed to representation proceeding smoothly, so that you are pleasantly surprised and delighted. At the end, I want you so say, “That wasn’t  nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be.”

3) I care about value.
I want each and every client to feel that what they received from the  representation was worth what was paid and more. I am not the
cheapest lawyer or the most expensive. I aim for the place where the benefit to you is greatest.

4) I care about protecting your rights.
 I strive for excellence and continue to learn everything I can, so that I can stand resolute between you and whatever you are facing.

5) I care about you.
Addressing your legal issues takes place within a larger context of transformation from who you were to who you become after you have made the best choices for yourself under your particular circumstances. I am privileged to be part of the options and possibilities which open up to you having worked  through your legal issues.

Areas of Practice

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