As a practicing Attorney for 29 years, Attorney Janice Nigro has established a... more
As a practicing Attorney for 29 years, Attorney Janice Nigro has established a diverse civil practice, concentrating her practice in estates, from the planning phases of drafting wills and trusts, to the administration of an estate or trust following the death of a loved one, as well as assisting clients when problems arise such as challenges to the will or complaints regarding the handling and... view profile
I’m pleased to announce the creation of Lucas Law Group, LLC, a next generation law... more
I’m pleased to announce the creation of Lucas Law Group, LLC, a next generation law firm focused on improving the lives and futures of our clients. Lucas Law Group understands that addressing a legal need is only one step on the road to success for the people, families and businesses we serve. We hope to have the privilege to walk with you along the way.
Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses... more
Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses his practice in complex business litigation. He has been litigating since 1993 and has appeared in state and federal courts all over the country. He has substantial experience with director, officer and shareholder litigation, trust fund litigation and insolvency related litigation. Sean has also prosecuted a n... view profile
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