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​Whether you are buying or selling a house, or own property such as a condo, single family residence, or commercial real estate, we can help in preparation and review of documents, negotiation of terms and conditions, and transfers of titles.  


Planning for the disposition of your assets upon your death is frequently an uncomfortable topic, but it’s one of the most important aspects of protecting your loved ones.
Ensuring that you will be able to live in your own home, provide for your health care needs, maintain your lifestyle in retirement, ensure that a family business passes to your heirs, and provide care for minor children or children with special needs, are just some examples of why having a Last Will and Testament is so important.
Through the creation of a will and one or more trusts, you can help secure your family’s financial future by selecting who will inherit your property and how much they will inherit.
Where there’s a will, it’s your way!


This is the process of distributing a decedent’s assets. The probate process can be a long and expensive procedure for grieving family members and those tasked with managing the decedent’s estate after their death, especially when proper estate planning hasn’t been done.



We advise all size businesses small and large from formation to operation, expansion via merger or acquisition, to dissolution. We work with seed and early-stage companies and startups, helping them refine business, financing and technology strategies to help enable growth.


We assist clients with a strategic approach to the protection and enforcement of their intellectual property, including attending to preliminary clearances and the registration of trademarks and copy-right, dealing with opposition, non-use and infringement actions, assisting with commercial transactions and providing experienced litigation services. Many of our clients outsource their entire intellectual property function for us to establish, maintain and protect their portfolio of brands.

DISCLAIMER: The outcome of each legal case depends upon many factors, including the facts of the case, and no attorney can guarantee a positive result in any particular case. Law Office of Adelina D. Graham, P.C. makes no guarantees, warranties, or predictions about the outcome of your legal case. Our prior results, including successful judgments and settlements, do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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