Practice Areas

Probate

Probate is the legal process of distributing someone’s assets and property when they have passed. If there is a valid will, the probate court will oversee the administration of the estate by the executor (the person appointed to carry out the will’s instructions). If there was no will, the probate court determines the will to [..]

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Traffic Civil and Criminal

While traffic charges usually aren’t that serious in the grand scheme of things, even a minor offense can turn into a major expense and inconvenience. Patrick Jean-Gilles, P.A. may be able to help you have your ticket dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense. Our services include: Speeding Violations Traffic Violations/Tickets Criminal Traffic Violations Red [..]

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Personal Injury

Accidents can bring hardships that go far beyond the cost of initial medical treatment. An accident could mean needing lengthy rehabilitation or ongoing medical care, missing time from work, or even permanent disability. When an accident is caused by the negligence or recklessness of another person or business, that party is responsible for compensating the [..]

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Living Wills

Living wills ensure that a person’s wishes with regards to medical treatment and life saving efforts are known and honored if they are incapacitated due to a serious illness or injury. While a person may have discussed their wishes with a spouse or family member, in many circumstances, doctors cannot legally follow the instructions of [..]

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Durable Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is used when a person (called the principal) wants to give legal authority for another person to take action or make decisions as an agent on their behalf. Powers of attorney are routinely used for everything from routine transactions, such as allowing a car dealer to file registration paperwork for the [..]

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