I am a mother of 2 lovely girls and have been married to a wonderful husband for 6 years. Law is my second career. Before becoming a lawyer I was a school teacher for children with special needs and had worked with children for special nee...
Practice areas & skills: Estate Planning, Family, Social Security, Education, Guardianship
Review: “Neal took the time to listen to my side of the story, gather the evidence from me; he guided me through the next steps and then worked with the prosecuting attorney to have the charges dismissed.”
Practice areas & skills: Criminal Defense, Speeding & Traffic Ticket, Trusts, Wills & Living Wills, Probate
Maria Ximena Sussman received her B.S. in Political Science and Criminal Justice in 2004 from East Carolina University. In 2007, she pursued an MBA with emphasis in Accounting at Winthrop University. After working as a litigation certified paral...
Practice areas & skills: Family, General Practice, Immigration, Estate Planning, Business
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