Practice Areas

Coward and Geisick, LLP., represents clients in several areas of law.

Estate Planning


Through the use of Living Trusts, Wills (simple & complex), Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Gifting Strategies, our firm helps families preserve their wealth for future generations, minimize estate taxes, and avoid the expense and nightmare of probate.

We provide comprehensive, tailored estate planning services to meet all of our clients’ needs. 



We represent clients in various litigation matters; from simple contract actions to trustee accounting and defense.  We provide advice to executors, administrators, beneficiaries, trustees, partners and other individuals in complex probate litigation involving trusts and estates, will contests, fraudulent administration claims, breach of fiduciary actions and petitions for real estate partition.  Our firm has more than 30 years of trial experience to meet your litigation needs.


Business Law

We represent partnerships, corporations and companies in business litigation involving business contracts, securities, shareholder rights and partnership disputes.  Our firm can help you establish your business, minimize risk, and plan for the future.


Real Property

Our lawyers have comprehensive experience representing property owners, managers and investors in real estate and land use litigation involving zoning issues, easements, adverse possession, title defects, commercial evictions and real estate fraud.

Estate and Trust Administration

Our attorneys handle all aspects of probate and estate administration, from the appointment of an executor to helping that executor throughout the process. Issues that we address include:

- Sale of real estate and other property
- Estate taxes, inheritance taxes and income taxes

- Inventory of assets in safety deposit boxes and elsewhere
- Property disputes among heirs

Construction Law

We represent homeowners, general contractors, subcontractors and building project owners in construction contract disputes, including construction defect claims, project abandonment claims, subcontract disputes and liquidated damages/delay claims.