Fedele and Murray, P.C., handles all aspects of civil litigation, including the following areas of practice:
Will Contests And Trust Litigation
Drawing on its expertise in the areas of trusts and estates, Fedele and Murray, P.C., represents clients defending or challenging wills in probate court. The firm also represents trust and will beneficiaries seeking the removal of trustees and executors; and defending fiduciaries in such actions. In addition, the firm represents beneficiaries in claims against trustees, executors and other fiduciaries for mismanaging or misappropriating trust or estate funds.
Given the expense and distraction caused by litigation, the firm advises clients on ways to avoid burdensome lawsuits. Fedele and Murray, P.C., assists clients by reviewing contracts and business practices so as to identify and minimize areas likely to lead to litigation. During this process, the firm also helps clients draft their business contracts so as to place them in an advantageous position should litigation occur. In addition, Fedele and Murray, P.C., negotiates on behalf of its clients to settle disputes before they ripen into lawsuits.
Fedele and Murray, P.C., represents both employers and employees in the drafting and review of employment contracts and separation agreements. The Firm also represents businesses seeking to enforce non-competition agreements, as well as employees seeking to defend such agreements. Additionally, the firm represents both employers and former employees in unemployment benefit hearings before the Division of Unemployment Assistance and the Board of Review.
For its individual clients who suffer the misfortune of being injured in an automobile accident, or as a result of a slip and fall, Fedele and Murray, P.C., represents its clients in all aspects of obtaining monetary settlements or awards for those injuries.
Fedele and Murray, P.C., represents business clients in collection matters, using a variety of methods to ensure the ultimate collection of just debts, including the use of mechanics liens, real estate attachments and the freezing of bank accounts by trustee process.