Providing a variety of legal service, the Cincotta Law Office, PLLC preimarly focues its legal services to Criminal Defense, Expungements, Estate Planning, and Probate. If you are need of one of these legal services or are not sure if your needs involve one of these legal services, please contact the Cincotta Law Office, PLLC. We will go over your case or legal matter with you, determine all available legal options, and develop a legal strategy designed to reach the results you desire. Click below on any one of the legal services identified below to learn more information.
If you require a criminal defense lawyer, you want an lawyer who is detail-oriented, dedicated, and extremely knowledgeable about the criminal justice system. David A. Cincotta with the Cincotta Law Office will put his comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system to work for you and put forth proven strategies and winning defenses for your case. With David, you will have a dedicated criminal defense lawyer fighting for your rights and always striving to secure you the best outcome.
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Whether you need a will, trust, someone to make your healthcare and financial decisions when you are unable, or you want to ensure you have official plans in place for your children in your absence, the Cincotta Law Office will custom-tailor an estate plan for you. Do not fear the difficult aspects of making such plans. David A. Cincotta is an estate planning lawyer who will make it simple and can help reduce any stress. David will explain the options available to you and tailor your estate plan to your specific requests, needs, and circumstances.
Employers, landlords, and others use your criminal records when making important, life-altering decisions about you. It is extremely important to clear all eligible criminal records from your background. However, if not done correctly, an expungement can be of little to no value. David A. Cincotta is an expungement lawyer with more than a decade of experience handling expungements. Rely on David to handle your case correctly and keep you updated throughout the process. Find out for free if you qualify for an expungement.
When someone you love dies, the last thing you want to worry about it the administration of your loved one's estate; however, often quickly taking steps to determine if a probate is necessary and turning over to the attorney the task of filing the probate can make things less stressful. Whether the loved one you just lost left a will or not, probate will be necessary to distribute real property and other assets that require a title to property to be transferred.
Contact a probate lawyer to find out your options and the requirements of probate. David A. Cincotta is an Oklahoma probate lawyer who will help you determine if probate is necessary, explain the process of probate, and work tirelessly to make the probate process as quick and painless as possible.