Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. As a peacemaker the lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough. --Abraham Lincoln
Accomplished attorney with expertise in the areas of business, commercial, real estate, and estate planning. Experienced in drafting range of contracts, wills, trusts, Skilled litigator, arbitrator, and mediator. Proficient at identifying core issues, then either reaching workable solutions via settlement, or obtaining great results via litigation.
Commercial and Residential
Neal Wallace has operated his own law office since August of 2000. He is married to Kathi Wallace and has two daughters, Beth Ann and Kaley.
Neal is a graduate of Cedarville University with a B.A. in English. He obtained his J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law, where he graduated in the top 20% of his class.
Neal began his legal career doing litigation work for several years at a couple law firms in St. Louis. Since opening his law office in 2000, he has concentrated his practice on business law, real estate, and asset protection. His corporate clients have afforded him the opportunity to advise a wide range of clients on risk intelligence, risk management, employment law, corporate acquisitions, and general business policy development. He has negotiated commercial contracts on behalf of corporations against teams of lawyers from national law firms and companies. In his real estate and asset protection work he has assisted clients in developing appropriate models for obtaining, holding, and conveying real property and personal assets.
Neal also serves as legal counsel for the Options Now Women’s Resource Center, in which capacity he has advised the Center on a wide range of policy, management, and risk assessment issues. He has served on the board of multiple non-profit corporations. It is through his background and attitude of service that Neal is able to serve his clients best in all areas of his practice.
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