Practice Areas

Cynthia Rena Wright, P.C. has more than two decades of experience helping small companies and individuals navigate the legal system.  Please call (256) 539-2121 to discuss your particular situtation with Attorney Wright.
Patent Law

 

Attorney Wright prepares patent opinion letters that uncover prior art that may prevent the issuance of a patent.  Additionally, infringement letters are prepared to ensure that you are not infringing on the patent or trademark rights of another.

 

A provisional application allows you to lock in the earliest possible patent application filing date while allowing you 12 months to develop and market your new device or invention. 

 

A nonprovisional application must be filed within 12 months of the filing date of a provisional application (a fee can be paid to extend this time by 2 months if certain conditions are met) to protect your rights to receive a patent. 

 

A PCT application may be filed if the inventor wants patent protection in other countries, such as the European Union, Austria, India, and China.  

 

Attorney Wright files in the mechanical, chemical, biotechnical, electrical, and computer fields. 

Family Law

 

Attorney Wright handles uncontested and contested family matters such as divorce (with and without children), issues of child support, visitation, grandparents visitation, contempt, and modification of prior family court orders. 

 

Please call (256) 539-2121 if you have a question relating to your particular situation.

 

Tax

Often financial pressures can lead to unfiled or unpaid taxes.  Cynthia Rena Wright, PC, prepares federal and state returns for filing, prepares and files Offers in Compromise, pursues claims for Innocent Spouse relief, prepares protest for the IRS Appeals office, and represents clients before the US Tax Court.

Social Security Disability
 

If you have been denied Socail Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income benefits, contact Cynthia Rena Wright for help in getting the benefits you are entitled to.

 

Bankruptcy

 

Chapter 7 allows a debtor to pay for the things that they want to pay for and to return things that they can not afford.  The person you owe can not sue you to make you pay for your debts once you receive a dischage.

 

Chapter 13 allows a debtor to consolidate their bills and to repay them over time, typically 3 to 5 years.  Your check is garnished and your bills are paid by the US Trustee.

 

"We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code."

 

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