The Juras Law Firm represents a wide array of clients including large to small companies, entrepreneurs, families and individuals in the areas of Immigration Law, Bankruptcy Law, International Law and Business Law. We are attentive, pro-active and creative problem solvers offering legal solutions tailored to meet each client’s need. We see your case as if it were our own, with your satisfaction as our priority.
Immigration Law: Juras Law Firm provides legal services to foreign nationals who want to live and work in the United States, and to companies who want to hire foreign nationals. If you are seeking an employment visa, investor visa, family-based visa, citizenship, or permanent residency (“green card”) for yourself or for your employees, we can help. Learn more at our immigration FAQs page.
Bankruptcy Law: We represent debtors and creditors in our practice. We help people and businesses file for Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies, address tax concerns and credit concerns, and we help maintain homeownership by stopping foreclosure and harassing phone calls. We also protect creditors’ rights. We have represented clients in international bankruptcy/cross border cases and handle litigation in the bankruptcy courts. Learn more at our Bankruptcy FAQs page.
International Law: Our firm assists U.S. and foreign companies and individuals in a broad range of matters including international contract services, dispute resolution, enforcement of foreign country judgments, enforcement of foreign country arbitral awards, import/export, branch and subsidiary formation, and international bankruptcies. Learn more at our International Law FAQs page.
Business Law : Our firm has extensive experience in a broad range of business matters, including contract drafting and review, including purchase and sale agreements, security agreements, buy-sell agreements, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, sales representation agreements, etc. Our firm assists in the formation of business entities including the formation of corporations, limited liability companies, or limited partnerships. Learn more at our Business Law FAQs page.
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