Gonsalves & Kozachenko


Gonsalves & Kozachenko has almost three decades of experience advising small- and medium-sized businesses in all areas of business and corporate law. We can serve as your general counsel or assist with a contract or other business law matter. 


Estate Planning involves the process of arranging for the disposition of an estate. Probate is the process by which the court oversees the distrbution of a decedent's estate. We can assist you in preparing all aspects of your estate plan, including the drafting of your trust, will and/or power of attorney. We will advise you on the most effective way to organize your estate plan so as to maximize the value of your estate, reduce your taxes and avoid the need to go through the probate process.


Successor trustees who take over administration of a trust are typically responsible for distributing the assets of the estate to beneficiaries. This can be a contentious process as family members or friends of the decedent dispute who has a right to what assets in the trust. We represent both successor trustees in carrying out their duties under the trust as well as beneficiaries challenging the decisions of a successor trustee.


Family law involves all family-related issues and domestic relations, including divorce, spousal support, child custody and child support. Our family law attorneys will guide you through the entire process. For those interested in a lower-cost option, we offer a limited scope representation alternative to the full-service respresentation option.


The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing areas of the economy and certainly one of the most highly regulated. We have considerable experience with the many facets of health care law. Our attorneys have experience you could expect to find at big firm, but we only charge small firm rates.


We are experienced in the entire litigation process, from pre-trial activities, to trial and even the appeals process. We have experience in a variety of different matters including commercial disputes, breach of contract, fraud, negligence, real estate transactions, landlord-tenant disputes, construction defects, insurance claims, employment contracts, trust and will contests, and issues related to family law.