The Law Office of David Molot is a full-service litigation boutique specializing in Immigration Law, Family Law, Federal and Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy and
If you have been arrested are accused of a crime in State or Federal Court, have had your civil rights violated, my office will ensure to protect your rights with competence and dedication.
If you are being sued or need to file suit , and need assistance with commercial, business, or employment related litigation shcedule an appointment today.
There are many aspects of divorce that must be considered. Some of these areas include whether to file a contested divorce or uncontested divorce, equitable distribution, child custody, visitation, child support and maintenance and alimony. My office has the experience and expertise to navigate your case from beginning to conclusion by way of settlement or trial in any of these areas. We can also assist you if you are merely separated and need a separation agreement or for pre-nuptial & post-nuptial agreements. If you have already divorced, we can professionally assist you with post judgment proceedings, modifications, enforcement of court orders and orders of protection.
We are a full service immigration law firm.
My office provides legal services in every aspect of the U.S. Immigration Law.
Specific areas of practice include Immigrant and Non-Immigrant visas, Corporate and Business Immigration, Extension and Change of Status, Lawful Permanent Residence (Green Card), Deportation and Removal Defense, Waivers, Naturalization, and DACA.
Bankruptcy is a scary word, and probably not what you think of as part of the definition of success. If you’re like me, you were raised to think of bankruptcy as a terrible thing to be avoided at all costs.
But the reality is that life takes detours. Events happen that are out of our control. Job loss, foreclosure, illness … there are many reasons why you may be behind on your bills and looking for a solution.
It may the right choice for you. But until you learn more about bankruptcy, there’s no way to be sure.