The Angelova Law Firm
The Angelova Law Firm, LLC, was founded by attorney Aneliya M. Angelova. Attorney Angelova understands the difficulties many recent immigrants go through while they are in the process of obtaining an immigration benefit (green card, US Citizenship, etc.). In addition to immigration law, attorney Angelova concentrates her practice in the following areas of law: consumer fraud law, discrimination, family law, small business formation, personal injury, and contracts.
Immigration law is a fast-changing and complex area. Whether you would like to obtain a temporary non-immigrant visa, green card (through a family member, employer, investment, asylum, or the lottery), attorney Angelova will take the time to listen to your concern and address it in a timely fashion. The Angelova Law Firm is located at:
951 Route 73 N
Marlton, NJ 08053.
If you cannot come to our office, you can schedule your consultation via telephone or Skype. Call (609)-271-3573 to schedule your consultation today. Please visit our immigration law page for more information. Click here for immigration law.
Family law issues such as divorce, separation, child custody, and visitation are often accompanied with a great deal of emotion and stress. Our goal is to provide you with options, so you can decide what is best for your own family. Before founding Angelova Law, Ms. Angelova served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Richard F. Wells. In her position as a law clerk, attorney Angelova had an opportunity to gain substantial knowledge and experience in family law issues such as: divorce, pre-marital agreements, post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements, custody issues, modification of custody orders, establishment of child support orders, modification of child support orders, alimony, termination and modification of alimony, and domestic violence.
Angelova Law takes the following types of personal injury cases: car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, boat accidents, slip and fall, Dram Shop liability claims. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, it is important that you schedule a consultation with a lawyer right away.
Retaining counsel immediately is important for a number of reasons. First, retaining counsel will save you time and in most cases money. You will be able to concentrate on your recovery. You won't have to deal with insurance companies, police reports, etc. You will be able to focus on what is most important – your health. Second, you lawyer will investigate the scene of the accident (if the circumstance permit), preserve evidence, which may be crucial for your case, and locate witnesses.
Most car personal injury lawyers will take your case on a contingency basis. Contingency fee agreements are favored by clients because the client does not have to pay anything unless the lawyer recovers a sum of money. If you were seriously injured, your lawyer will obtain expert reports and if necessary expert testimony in order to prove the severity of your injuries. It is crucial to retain a lawyer immediately after an accident.
Opening your own business can be both exciting and challenging. If you are not sure what kind of business entity will suit your business best, you need to consult an attorney. Depending on the type and size of the business you would like to open, you may want to consider the following business entities:
- Sole proprietorship;
- General partnership;
- Limited partnership (LP);
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP);
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Corporation (Corp., Inc.)
- Professional Corporation (P.C.)
People enter into many contracts during their life span. Examples of common contracts/agreements include but are not limited to the following:
- Employment contracts
- Landlord-Tenant Contracts
- Residential Lease Agreement
- Commercial Lease Agreement
- Property Sale Contracts
- Purchase Contracts
- Pre-marital Agreements
- Post-nuptial Agreements
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- License Agreements
When presented with a contract, many people would sign the contract without reading it or without reading all of the provisions including the small print. Others would read the contract but they would not understand all of terms and conditions, which are often drafted in legalese. It is advisable that you consult an attorney who can review the contract before you sign it. Call (609)-271-3573 to schedule your contract review appointment NOW!
We provide consultations:
- In person
- Via Skype
- Via Telephone
Authored by: Aneliya Angelova