From basic DUIs to complicated child abuse and domestic violence cases, Wilber has successfully defended the accused in criminal cases. His trial experience allows him to confidently analyze, negotiate, and resolve criminal matters – many times without having his clients ever step foot into a courtroom.
His prior experience and training in law enforcement gives Wilber an edge that many other criminal defense attorneys lack.
Wilber believes in the sanctity of marriage and supports strong, safe and healthy family unions.
However, not all marriages are meant to last, and parties must regrettably split for the peace, safety, and sanity of everyone involved, particularly the children.
Wilber has represented hundreds of clients in family law cases concerning child custody disputes, support payments, division of assets and debts, and domestic violence restraining orders. His knowledge of the law, mediators, and trial experience allow Wilber to confidently represent his clients with a no-nonsense approach that gets results without the exorbitant attorney fees.
Family law is very paper intensive, and for that reason he is equipped with two paralegals who assist him in the day-to-day operations of his cases, giving Wilber the time to dedicate to the issues that matter most to his client in the courtroom.
Remember the housing bubble that burst in 2008? Wilber sure does, he was a bankruptcy paralegal during the peak of the bankruptcy filings at the onset of the recession.
He helped families get a fresh start and the relief needed from the burdensome debt – no more creditor calls, no more high monthly payments.
Contrary to the bad advice that circulates among “couch law experts,” a client may be able to keep his or her house and vehicles in a bankruptcy proceeding.
Call Salgado Law Office today to determine whether bankruptcy relief is an option for your family.