Clients come to Garber Law with problems. A client owes them money. Someone is defaming and disparaging them. They are being sued for breach of contract. They want to get out of a business arrangement with a partner. They bought a house where the seller failed to disclose material defects. They are having issues with a neighbor. They have a business dispute. They need to evict a tenant. They were sued in a frivolous lawsuit.

These problems can be highly emotional, frustrating, intimidating and a drain on a client’s time and money.

Cheryl A. Garber, Esq. guides clients to make sound business decisions under stress and uncertainty, whether by amicably resolving matters when possible, or fighting the fight when necessary.