Practice Areas

Bankruptcy

EXPLORING BANKRUPTCY OPTIONS WITH AN ATTORNEY WHO CARES IF YOU ARE FACING DIFFICULT FINANCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, JOHN K. CARTER CAN HELP YOU EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS. CONTACT HIM TODAY!   Are you struggling to make your monthly payments? Are you overwhelmed by debt? Do you have unexpected medical bills? Have you experienced an abrupt job loss? Are [..]

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Business Transactions

Business transactions range from the mundane service contracts that customers sign every day to the purchase of major machinery that serves the heart of the business’s operations. No matter how big or how small the transaction, it’s important to carefully follow the legal process to reduce risk and avoid unnecessary losses. For routine transactions, boilerplate [..]

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Corporate Law

One of the most important decisions a business owner needs to make is what type of business entity they are going to use. A sole proprietorship can be started virtually instantly and gives maximum flexibility to a small business, but it also means the owner’s personal assets are at risk to cover business losses and [..]

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Estate Planning

John can help document important decisions concerning your money, real estate, other personal properties, children, healthcare, and individuals who want to make decisions on your behalf and your estate’s behalf. After consultation, John will create an estate plan for you that meets your needs and desires and helps your estate avoid probate. Trusts Trusts are [..]

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General Practice

The Law Office of John K. Carter is a full-service law firm that believes in building a long-term relationship with its clients. As such, it seeks to assist clients with all of their legal needs and not just a single transaction. The firm represents clients in legal matters including the following. Misdemeanor & Felony Arrests [..]

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Probate

When a person passes away, their will isn’t executed automatically. An estate is distributed through a court process known as probate. How long and how complicated the process is depends on what kind of estate planning methods were used. No Will If a person dies without a will, their assets are distributed in accordance with [..]

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Real Estate Transactions

While many types of transactions are completed without the assistance of an attorney, real estate transactions should not be one of them. Although in basic principle they are simply a purchase and sale, there are numerous complications that could arise to derail a deal or cause significant economic losses. Title Problems It is common for [..]

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