A probate is the court process by which an individual's Last Will and Testament is proved to be valid or invalid and then his or her estate is distributed accordingly.
Estate planning is the preparation for the distribution and management of a person's estate at death through the use of wills or trusts, legal entities and other arrangements.
Real estate law consists of the rights to possess, use and enjoy land and the permanent man-made additions attached thereto.
Title law is a type of law under real property that consists of the rights associated with the ownership of real property.
Family law encompasses legal issues surrounding marriage, divorce, adoption, child custody and support, child abuse and neglect, paternity, juvenile delinquency, and other domestic-relations issues.
The type of law dealing with an agreement between two or more people or entities wherein an agreement with specific terms and a promise to do something in return for a valuable benefit known as consideration.
The type of law dealing with wrongful injury to a person or an action brought on behalf of a decedent's survivors for their damages resulting from a tortious injury that caused the decedent's death.
The negotiation of wind energy and transmission leases.
Civil litigation is any type of non-criminal trial practice.
The negotiation of oil and gas leases and litigation associated with oil and gas issues.
The formation of entities (such as a business or a governmental unit) that has a legal identity apart from its members.
Business law consists of transactions between business entities, with the exception of maritime transportation of goods, i.e. collections, contracts, negotiable instruments, and trade in general.