H-1B, L-1, O, P-3, R-1, TN, E-3, B-1, B-2, F-1
Immigrant Visas: I-140, I-485 (AOS)
PERM labor certification
Family Based: I-129F (K-1, K-3), I-130, I-485
Kids’ Protection Planning
Health Care Directives
Powers of Attorney
Film Production Contracts
"Geeta and her team at Dammanna Law, PLLC were very courteous and professional from the beginning of the process.
We always felt that our case is being handled by a competent attorney.
Geeta also explained the entire process and answered numerous queries that we could come up with over email and phone, with a lot of patience, during the entire period."
Wills have been the most popular method for passing on assets to heirs for hundreds of years. But wills aren’t your only option. And if you rely on a will alone to pass on what matters, you’re guaranteeing your family has to go to court when you die.
Whether you consider yourself wealthy or not, you need to think about how (and when) you’ll talk with your children about money, whether they’re little kids, tweens, teens, or already adults.
Some of the most common mistakes people make with estate planning:
Not creating a will, Not leaving an inventory of assets, Not reviewing documents, Not funding your trust, Not updating beneficiary designations