Martin Pringle practices in a number of different areas and, simply put, we’ve got skills. Yes, we can litigate and yes, we know the ins and outs of the aviation industry, the oil and gas industry, and even adoption law. We are knowledgeable in areas that apply to your business and personal life. Our goal is to partner with you now and well into the future.
As general counsel and special counsel for specific transactions, our attorneys represent a wide range of individuals and small, medium, and large businesses. Martin Pringle looks to build a long-lasting partnership that goes beyond the traditional legal role of document preparation and due diligence.
We represent individuals and corporations in both personal and business litigation. We provide aggressive, creative representation as advocates for the rights of our clients and have successfully appeared in both state and federal courts throughout the United States.
Martin Pringle’s Divorce and Family Law Group have handled all aspects of divorce and family law matters and advocate strongly for our clients. We work to minimize conflict and resolve differences efficiently and economically.
Our attorneys have expertise in a vast number of employment-related services, and can help ensure that our business clients' employment applications, contracts, performance evaluations, job descriptions and employee handbooks conform to all applicable laws.
Martin Pringle is ready to assist in making your estate administration needs as painless as possible. We aid clients in navigating the maze of court, tax and trust requirements and are well-versed in administering a trust, taxes, probate, guardianship and conservatorship.
Martin Pringle's estate planning attorneys represents clients in need of estate planning for large and small estates. Whether your estate involves complex and closely-held family business interests or you are a young parent concerned about providing for your children should the worst happen, our attorneys can help.
Martin Pringle represents developers, owners, financial institutions and other clients in a broad range of real estate transactions, including: bankruptcy, brokers and salespersons, leasing, condemnation, construction, environmental issues, financing, zoning, taxation and more.