James Gau

James Gau

Estate planning can be one of the most overlooked aspects of financial and family planning. If you are concerned that you do not have an estate plan, or if you think your estate plan may not be good enough, talking with an experienced estate planning attorney is the best way to alleviate your concerns. At McCarthy, Leonard and Kaemmerer, we also assist clients with business, construction, and general legal matters.

About James
State bar memberships:
Illinois
Missouri
James's key practice areas:
Business
Business Contracts
Commercial Transactions
Employee contracts
Incorporation
Mergers & Acquisitions
Non-profits
Criminal Defense
Court Proceedings
Criminal Appeals
Drug offenses
DUI Defense
Other Crimes
Police, Prosecution, Jail
Property Crimes
Traffic offenses
Violent crimes
White Collar Crimes
Employment
Employment contracts
Wrongful termination
Estate Planning
Power of Attorney
Trusts
Will creation & inheritance
Family
Adoptions
Child custody
Divorce
Domestic violence
Elder law
Marriage
Litigation and Disputes
Goods and services
Insurance disputes
Professional malpractice
Miscellaneous
Civil Appeals
Enforcement of Judgement
Evidentiary questions
Legal Procedures Questions
Military and Veterans Affairs
Small Claims Litigation
Personal Injury
Animal attack
Medical malpractice
Mold and Toxins
Motor vehicle accident
Product liability
Slip and Fall
Workers Compensation
Wrongful Death
Real Estate
Buying, Selling Property
Eviction
Landlord-tenant disputes
Real estate litigation
James's background:
Law school
University of Dayton
Undergraduate school
University of Dayton
Years practicing law
7
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James's articles
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