Other Legal Services
Fanning Law, LLC - the Law Offices of William C. Fanning, Jr. - is adept in all the following legal areas. Put our strong, aggressive, successful courtroom experience to work for you.
General Civil Litigation
Whether you are a plaintiff or defendant, attorney Bill Fanning can ably represent your interests in any matter brought before a Maryland civil court.
We represent people injured in automobile accidents, as a result of medical malpractice, or any other instance of negligence or wrongful conduct.
Fanning Law, LLC can help employers and employees in cases involving wrongful termination, unlawful discrimination, or sexual harassment. We can also prepare or litigate employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, and covenants not to compete.
Attorney Bill Fanning assists new businesses in forming their corporation, partnership, or limited liability companies, and helps established companies negotiate land deals and other transactions, including contract drafting and review. Our offices also represent business clients in breach of contract disputes or other litigation such as fraud or unfair business practices.
We represent people charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses in state and federal court, including burglary, robbery, and assault, with a particular emphasis on drug offenses, driving under the influence, and matters involving juveniles.
Wills & Trusts
We draft wills and trusts tailored to your individual needs, with an eye toward maximizing the accumulation and transfer of wealth while minimizing the effect of estate and gift taxation and the time and expense of probate.
Standing Examiner Hearings
Attorney Bill Fanning is a court appointed Standing Examiner for the Charles County Circuit Court, and provides assistance to any party of proceedings held in execution of judgment or uncontested proceedings that have received a court order to have a Standing Examiner complete a Hearing or Oral Examination. He assists by scheduling convenient times for Hearings or Oral Examinations, providing both parties with notice, completes and records the taking of testimony and evidence, and finally, transcribes the Hearing and places it on record for an ongoing case.