Practice Areas

Family Law

* Adoption
* Child Support
* Custody & Visitation
* Divorce

Professional Malpractice Law

* Medical Malpractice

Personal Injury — Plaintiff

* Motor Vehicle Accidents — Plaintiff
* Wrongful Death

Probate & Estate Administration


Family Law – Over the years, the definition of Family Law has expanded and now covers more than just the termination of a marriage. The George Nelson Law Firm handles a full range of other Family Law matters including those involving adoption, divorce, separation, premarital agreements, paternity and child support. We also provide clients with pre-marital planning for such things as property settlements, preservation of an estate for family members unrelated by marriage and child custody issues.

Professional Malpractice Law – We are experienced in professional malpractice law and can help clients determine whether or not malpractice has occurred where someone or something is injured as a result of negligence or misconduct of individuals in the dental, legal, medical, and other professional fields.

Personal Injury – The George Nelson Law Firm represents individuals involved in controversies alleging a wrong or damage to another’s person, rights, reputation, or property resulting from events or activities such as automobile accidents, defective products, infliction of emotional distress, intentional misconduct, and negligence.

Probate & Estate Administration – The George Nelson Law Firm specializes in Probate and Estate Administration. Probate is the legal process by which a person’s debts are paid and assets are distributed upon her or his death. Estate Administration includes the probate process as well as non-probate transfers of the deceased’s assets. Individual state laws direct the probate court how to distribute the deceased’s estate. Since state laws and procedures vary greatly, please contact the George Nelson Law Firm to ensure that the deceased’s assets are distributed correctly.

Wills – The George Nelson Law Firm handles a variety of estate planning matters, including planning for the distribution of an individual’s property at his or her death and taking into account taxes, insurance, and property so as to gain the maximum benefit of all laws, while, at the same time, carrying out the person’s wishes.