The Maloof Law Group, APC was founded on a belief that there is a better way to practice law. In particular, the disciplines of family law, estate planning law, and business law typically foster a disconnect between client and attorney. Sometimes the firm is too big and too impersonal. Occasionally the firm is too small with a staff that is too overworked. Usually, the attorney and his or her staff care more about their billable hour quota than the client, or are concerned more about their own firm’s politics than how they move a particular case forward. At MLG, we strive to dispense with these distractions, preferring rather to focus on you, the client.
When your legal situation has you coming to an attorney, you want someone who is attentive and knowledgeable, but you also need someone who understands and respects the financial commitment between a client and lawyer. The attorneys at Maloof Law Group understand this relationship, because they bring a depth of experience to the challenge, while keeping the financial picture in perspective.
If you need a Family Law Attorney, our lawyers have significant experience in the field. Divorce Law is a difficult field to practice in, mainly because the variables are infinite. Are there children? Is there agreement? How much property is there to divide? How much debt is there? What business interests exist and how much are those worth? So many things go into the equation, you need a divorce lawyer on your side to help you through it.
Similarly, Estate Planning has its own challenges. Many are uncomfortable with the eventuality of death, but our moral obligation to our families and, to a lesser extent, our tax system would render us irresponsible if we ignored that reality. Wills and Trusts are an important component to an estate plan. A Revocable Trust is crucial for larger estates. Durable (meaning the instructions survive death) Powers of Attorney for health care (a “Health Care Directive”) and for property management are essential in maintaining continuity and ensuring your wishes are met during your lifetime. Our Estate Planning Lawyers are well-equipped to ask the right questions and sensitively elicit the answers that will help build the estate plan package right for you and your loved ones.
Business Law is somewhat different. It is less emotional, but just as charged as the other areas of practice. The Sacramento Business Lawyer needs to be circumspect in his or her thinking, always considering the ramifications of every decision and informing clients of these so that educated decisions can be made. At Maloof Law Group, our attorneys, and Nick Maloof in particular, have the skills necessary to be your “partner” in business, helping you strategize to take your business to the next level, whatever that may mean for you.
While each of the Lawyers at the Maloof Law Group, APC is eminently proficient, they are better together. We know that, and that is why we collaborate at every opportunity to better serve you, the client. From this process we collectively deal with problems, overcome obstacles, and work on solutions. Though we may focus on a particular area of practice, each Maloof Law Group attorney has a stake in the other’s professional success, let alone your success, as well!
Maloof Law Group is located at the northeast corner of Howe and Northrop Avenues, on the second floor of the River City Bank building. We serve clients in the greater Sacramento, California area, which includes Sacramento County, Placer County, El Dorado County and Yolo County. Particularly, we serve residents of Sacramento, Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Gold River, Fair Oaks, Carmichael, Orangevale, Placerville, Auburn, Davis, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Woodland.
If your family law dispute, divorce matter, postjudgment family law matter, estate planning situation, or business law challenge is beyond you, please call or contact the Maloof Law Group to have us help you.