Kwitek McMillan PC

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Primary Practice Areas

Estate Planning & Probate

The law firm of Kwitek McMillan PC offers highly qualified attorneys with many years of experience in estate planning to assist you. A good estate plan can help your family transition through a difficult period. The plans you make today can protect your family tomorrow.

Business Law

Going into business without a plan is like going to war without ammunition. Good legal advice is part of any successful business plan. The choices you make when you start your business can literally make the difference between success and failure. The law firm of Kwitek McMillan PC offers highly experienced attorneys to assist with your business plans.

Real Estate Law

The law firm of Kwitek McMillan PC offers highly qualified attorneys for almost all real estate matters. Our attorneys are experienced in commercial and residential purchase and sale transactions, contract and deed drafting and review, lease drafting and review, foreclosures, land development, homeowners’ associations, boundary disputes, adverse possession, quiet title, landlord/tenant issues, and real estate litigation.

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