TAKING YOU ON THE ROAD TO A BETTER FUTURE
Expungements & Pardons are incredibly important tools to moving on with your life after an arrest, dismissal, guilty plea, or conviction. Employers, landlords, government offices, and others use criminal background checks when making important, life-altering decisions about you. Your criminal background matters. If not done correctly, an expungement can be of little or no value. If you are a convicted felon and want your rights restored, a pardon may need to be done first. Rely on an experienced expungement attorney and pardon attorney to ensure you get the relief for which you are entitled. We do it correctly and keep you updated throughout the process. Contact us for a free consultation and find out if you qualify for expungement or would make a good candidate for a pardon.
Having an estate plan is extremely important. We understand the complexities of estate planning and help you put in place exactly what you need. Whether you need a will, revocable living trust, living will, durable power of attorney, or any combination of these or any other estate planning documents, we will explain all options available to you and tailor your estate plan to your specific requests, needs, and circumstances. Do not fear the difficult aspects of making such plans. We will make it very simple and help relieve any anxiety you may have. Contact us for a free consultation.
With the Cincotta Law Office, you can expect to receive top-quality representation by a very knowledgeable, detail-oriented, and dedicated criminal defense attorney. You need a criminal defense attorney who fights for your rights and one with experience in all aspects of Oklahoma's criminal justice system. Whether you are facing a felony charge or a misdemeanor charge, contact us for a free consultation.
When someone you love passes away, the last thing you want to worry about is the legal process of probate. Whether the individual had a will or not, a probate case may need to be filed. If debts need to be paid, bank accounts accessed, or property sold or transferred, a probate lawyer can advise you of your options and provide you representation should you need to file a probate case. Moreover, if you question someone else's handling of a loved one's estate, contact a probate lawyer who can review the matter for you and provide you advice.
An experienced lawyer in Oklahoma City, David A. Cincotta is an attorney who is passionate about using his skills and experience to assist individuals who require legal representation. His top priority is to provide his clients with personal and dedicated representation - the type of representation that one expects to receive when placing one's trust in an attorney. He ensures his clients understand the process and procedure of their legal matter. David will develop a strategy with his client and produces results, but he also makes certain that his clients understand any and all risks. David is honest and direct with his clients and tells them what they need to hear without worrying about whether they want to hear it.
He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma City University School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma, and he is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Western, Eastern, and Northern Districts of Oklahoma and the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. David has served an Assistant District Attorney and General Counsel for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. Because of his experience as an Assistant District Attorney, General Counsel for the Department of Corrections, and criminal defense attorney, David has a unique understanding of the criminal justice system.
David is dedicated to his clients and keeps them regularly updated. He understands all aspects of the law and welcomes the opportunity to help you. He is committed to his clients, provides vigorous representation, and is an advocate you want on your side.