At our firm we strive to exceed our client’s expectation in all aspects of representation. We offer affordable rates depending on our client’s financial situation and offer discounts to veterans because we believe that everyone is entitled to vigorous and competent legal representation.
Our firm is a general practice law firm that handles a wide variety of civil litigation, with particular emphasis in landlord/tenant issues and business disputes. We handle cases ranging from landlord/tenant, defamation, business litigation, assault and battery, among other areas. Give us a call to schedule a free consultation.
“Blair B. Chintella received a degree in political science and English from Washington State University and his Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University. Before practicing law, Blair served in the military from 1997 to 2000, including a brief deployment to Kuwait. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his son, jogging, and reading.”
General Practice means that the attorney does not limit their law practice or specialty to one particular area of law. Instead the attorney will practice law in several areas such as criminal law, accident and personal injury law, bankruptcy, business law, family law, estate planning, insurance law, litigation, and real estate.
Civil litigation is a term of art which distinguishes lawyer Court work in the non-criminal stream of actions in law. It encompasses not just the representations made in Court but also the pre-trial procedures including interlocutory hearings, and the port-trial procedures such as costs and enforcement of a judgment.
Landlord–tenant law is a part of the common law that details the rights and duties of landlords and tenants. It includes elements of both real property law (specifically conveyances) and contract law.
Business disputes are an inevitable and unavoidable cost of running a business. Typically a business dispute arises between businesses when they disagree over the terms of a contract that binds both parties, but a business dispute can occur in any number of ways.
The Court of Appeals has statewide appellate jurisdiction of all cases except those involving constitutional questions, murder, and habeas corpus cases where original appellate jurisdiction lies with the Supreme Court.