Gregory C. Okwuosah, Attorney
Greg Okwuosah is the founder of this client-centered law firm. The firm was founded with the belief that quality legal services, provided by a professional and experienced attorney, can be affordable for all individuals and businesses.
This firm is committed to carefully listening to, and considering, all of a client’s issues and/or concerns right from the start. Attorney Greg Okwuosah understands, through his years of experience dealing with diverse legal and tax matters, including years as a former law intern, numerous court appearances as a former Special Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Department of Justice, a former Senior Attorney for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), as well as through his years of experience as a CPA, and a former Tax Manager for a Big Four accounting firm, that legal and tax matters are usually complicated, demanding, and stressful. That is one of the reasons why we at the firm strive to focus the first meeting with a client on helping that client feel that the client’s legal needs are understood and will be addressed. That way, the client is put at ease right from the start. Also, throughout the attorney-client relationship with the client, the firm frequently informs the client about the progress of the client’s work or case. Even after the attorney-client relationship, as part of our commitment to the highest standard of quality service, the firm remains available to answer questions the client may have about that case within a reasonable period thereafter.
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