If you are injured in a car accident, slip and fall, dog bite, or any other accident, you may be unaware of your options.
Some firms look to settle your case at the earliest opportunity. We will fight for you and YOU will control when to take a settlement; we will never pressure you into taking a settlement.
If you are interested in owning Title II (also called Class III) suppressors or weapons, an NFA Trust may be just what you are looking for.
What is an NFA Trust? An NFA Trust is another route you can take to own NFA regulated weapons or suppressors which can greatly simplify the ownership process.
Trustees of the trust can own and/or possess the NFA regulated items in the trust, and importantly, an NFA Trust does not require you to be at the mercy of the CLEO, who may refuse to sign off on your form even if they have no reason other than being anti-gun. Give us a call. The process is easier than you think.
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Stamboulieh Law, PLLC is versed in many different areas of law. Whether you are looking at starting a business or were charged with a criminal offense, give us a call and we can discuss the options available to you.
A criminal record can follow you for life, making it difficult to further your career or your education. Fortunately, there are ways to expunge certain convictions from your record.
Contact us today to discuss whether your conviction is one of the several allowed by law to be expunged. Even certain DUIs are able to be expunged. Our rates are reasonable and a clean record is priceless.
We have handled a wide variety of corporate matters, from Division of Medicaid provider recoupments to mergers and acquisitions of corporate entities. No issue is too small to seek competent legal advice.
Nothing is more frightening than being charged with a crime. From a misdemeanor trespass charge to felon in possession of a firearm, Stamboulieh Law, PLLC can advise you of your rights and fight for you!
Mississippi is a right to work state. This means that you may generally be fired for any reason or no reason.
There are a few exceptions, however, and it is important to know when the exceptions apply. If you have been recently terminated, give us a call and we can discuss your options.