At Borg Law Group,
we focus on protecting your business and protecting your family.
Whether its business planning, corporate law, estate planning or probate, you can trust Borg Law Group to provide you with the personal, approachable and knowledgeable legal services you don’t often experience at traditional firms.
Our firm does not bill by the hour for every service, or file and defend lawsuits. Instead, we are a consultative firm that designs efficient and cost effective strategies and plans to protect our clients while bringing them peace of mind. We are your responsive legal counselors who help to simplify your life while treating you with the respect you deserve.
While Brooke Borg, Esq., specializes in helping entrepreneurs, she is also one herself. Borg, who established Borg Law Group in 2010, practices in the areas of corporate law, estate planning and probate. Because these can all be very personal subjects, she aims to form one-on-one relationships with her clients to better understand and meet their needs.
Borg earned her law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas and has over 15 years of experience in her field. She belongs to the Nevada State Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan, the Clark County Bar Association, the Genesee County Bar Association and the Probate and Trust Section of the Nevada State Bar. She also is a member of Business Networking International.
A native of Sparta, Ohio, Whitney Short graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Spanish for the Professions. After working in medical device sales and compliance for three years, she decided to attend law school at the William S. Boyd School of Law, from which she graduated in 2015.
During law school, Short was Managing Editor of the Nevada Law Journal and a mediator for the Strasser Mediation Clinic, one of the top clinical law programs in the nation. She also served as an extern for Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez in the Eighth Judicial District Court.
Short didn’t set out to follow in her family’s footsteps, but she joins in the profession her father, who went to law school at age 54, and her sister, who is a city attorney in Michigan. Short said she enjoys preemptive law, preventing people from going to court instead of defending them once they get there. In her spare time, she enjoys Crossfit and international travel.
As the Firm’s Business Manager, Matt oversees day-to-day operations including client relations, billing and human resources. He also assists with marketing efforts.
A former teacher for the Clark County School District as well as Kingston Community Schools in Kingston, Michigan, Matt began working with the firm in June 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Michigan in 1998 and has been a resident of Las Vegas since 2005.
Heidi is both the friendly voice on the phone when clients call and the bright and cheerful face they see when they walk into our office. She also acts as Administrative Assistant to all of the Firm’s attorneys. Heidi was born and raised in Swartz Creek, Michigan and moved to Las Vegas in 2016. She enjoys sports, working out, going to the movies and spending time with family and friends. Heidi has one adult daughter, Bailey.