Quality

HLO's goal is to provide quality legal services to clients and will work diligently to represent their interests. Especially where your business or family is concerned, you should have a professional and knowledgeable lawyer to advise you on your rights and how to protect them.

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Affordability

HLO offers competitive rates, provides many different options for payment, and will work with clients to make our legal services affordable. In addition, HLO provides an free initial consultation for potential clients to help them determine their options.

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Personal Service

You aren't just a case file or an invoice number at Hoffman Law Office. HLO works closely with its clients in an effort to provide valuable, responsive legal advice and help them accomplish their goals.

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Latest Blog Posts

25Jan
So What’s the Deal with Deeds?

So What’s the Deal with Deeds?

by Stephen Hoffman  Comments (0)
If you’ve ever bought or sold real estate (or even thought about it), you’ve probably heard the word “deed” thrown around. Maybe you’ve heard about particular varieties of deeds: warranty deeds, statutory deeds, quitclaim deeds,...
10Jan
Corporate Formation and Why You Need a Lawyer

Corporate Formation and Why You Need a Lawyer

by Stephen Hoffman  Comments (2)
I’ve mentioned repeatedly, both on this website and through social media, that having a lawyer form your business is very valuable. You might be wondering why, especially since the Secretary of State only requires a...

Quotes and Testimonials  

  • [Stephen’s article on hashing and digital evidence] quite correctly points out a lot of weaknesses about exact hash matches [for identifying illegal computer files.]
    Dr. Richard Frank

    Associate Director, International Cybercrime Research Centre at Simon Fraser University

  • [Stephen’s article ‘Is Torture Justified in Terrorism Cases?’ is] a very accessible approach to some of the key questions associated with torture.
    Jonathan Drimmer

    Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches a course on war crimes

  • [Two of Stephen’s articles are among] the most important and timely articles on computers, technology, and the law.
    Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal

    Forty-Second Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law (2011)