Every person has different needs when it comes to developing an estate plan. At Sprott Law Firm, PC, we consider each person individually and work hard to customize a plan suited to their needs and tailor our representation and documents to meet those needs.
When you lose a loved one and need help probating an estate, there are some things you should be aware of in Texas. The probate process is complicated and involves numerous steps, some of which must be accomplished in specific time frames.
Entrepreneurs who are forming a business in Texas are often unaware of the various legal requirements. How your business is structured can have an impact on your personal liability as well as your tax liabilities. We are committed to providing you the necessary services including reviewing lease agreements or purchase and sale agreements for real estate.
We can assist parents who have children who are reaching the age of majority and have physical or developmental disabilities with the guardianship process. We also help adult children who have elderly parents who may no longer be able to care for themselves.
Unexpected challenges in our golden years include the need for long-term care. We are committed to reviewing your individual circumstances and helping you put an advance plan in place to ensure you are able to get the care you need while preserving your assets.
When you have unfiled tax returns, or have run into ther tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service or Texas tax authorities, you need a skilled tax attorney to help you resolve these matters. We help both small businesses and individuals reach an agreement to deal with tax issues.