General Counsel, P.C. is a full service law firm providing comprehensive legal services to our business, non-profit and individual clients.

Our team of experienced attorneys work collaboratively across practice areas to provide our clients with effective, synergetic service.

Business Law

Business owners and leaders need sound legal counsel when making business decisions and in operating their businesses. Our Corporate Practice Group provides complete representation to businesses, and business owners, during the lifecycle of the business - from formation to divestiture and everything in between. We truly serve as the "general counsel" for our clients.

Employment Law

For many employers, labor/employment matters can be a consistent struggle. It should not be. Our Labor/Employment Law Practice Group has extensive experience in helping to create sound policies so that human resource departments can provide a strong foundation for companies. Our attorneys also provide day-to-day counsel for employers to avoid employment-related disputes. And, finally, when necessary, our attorneys vigorously defend our clients from employment-related claims.

Family Law

Family law deals with legal issues involving family relationships, including divorce, property division, spousal support, and child custody and visitation. Our family law attorneys are experienced negotiating, reviewing, and drafting marital agreements, such as prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and separation agreements.

Government Contracting

Companies doing business with the federal government - whether as a prime or subcontractor - have a specialized set of rules that they must follow to achieve business success. Our attorneys know these rules. Our Government Contracts Practice Group has experience relevant to the entire lifecycle of a government contractor, including formation, contract negotiation and award, contract administration, bid and contract disputes, and Mergers and Acquisitions transactions.


Most of the time, businesses wish to avoid litigation. However, sometimes it is necessary to protect your company, or required to redress a wrong. Our attorneys have extensive state, federal and appellate court litigation experience and will work to pursue strong advocacy on behalf of our clients.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is making a plan for how your estate will be distributed (what assets and how much will go to whom) after you die, as well as taking steps now to make the process of carrying out your plans as simple as possible. However, in a larger sense, estate planning also includes planning about other matters, such as who will care for your health and finances if you become incapacitated, selecting a guardian for minor children, and ways to minimize estate taxes and expenses.