We focus on protecting our clients' rights without the added burden of unnecessarily protracted litigation or undue expense. We are dedicated to providing you exemplary results & professional service you deserve from all legal counsel. The Law Offices of Geoffrey D. Mueller, LLC specializes in all types of litigation with a focus on Estate Litigation, Contested Guardianships, Complex Commercial Disputes, Medicare Audit/Reimbursement Hearings, Insolvency Proceedings, Temporary Restraining Orders, Debtor/Creditor Rights, Foreclosures, and Family Law.
Our aggressive litigation posture is focused on protecting our clients' rights without the added burden of unnecessarily protracted litigation or undue expense. From the beginning of our representation until its conclusion, The Law Offices of Geoffrey D. Mueller, LLC is dedicated to providing you exemplary results, professional service as well as the type of prompt, respectful and courteous responses you should expect from all legal counsel.Where there are a multitude of offices that promise lofty, philosophical victories, our focus is instead on swiftly and successfully securing our clients' positions to put them in the position they rightly deserve. Whether the litigation involves an Estate Dispute, an issue of Debtor/Creditor Rights or a complex Commercial matter, our goal remains the same: exemplary results, professional service and involving our clients in every step of the process.
Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:
Probate & Estate Litigation, Municipal Court, Commercial & Business Law, Foreclosures, Debtor/Creditor Rights, Will & Tr ...
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