Business Planning

In any business, at any time, there can be a wide array of legal

issues that need to be resolved. What’s the best legal structure

for your enterprise? Do you need a contract to protect your

rights with vendors or suppliers? What are your options when a

customer fails to pay? How do you protect the business when

buying or selling real estate? To ensure that your interests and

your investment are fully protected, you need experienced business and corporate attorneys to advise you. 

At the law offices of Sapp & Sturgill, we have effectively counseled businesses and business owners in Texas by remaining committed to providing personalized service and attention to every client. We’ll take the time to learn the details of your business operation, as well as your short and long term goals, so that we can identify and implement the appropriate legal measures to keep your company strong and moving forward. 

We handle a broad range of legal issues for commercial entities throughout Texas, including: 

Business Formation and Corporate Governance - We will help you determine the most effective legal structure for your new enterprise and prepare and file all the documentation necessary to set up your business in compliance with state and federal laws.  We will also advise you regarding the maintenance of corporate records, the scheduling of required shareholder and board meetings, and all mandatory filings. 

Business Contracts - We handle all matters related to commercial agreements, from the negotiation of terms to the review and preparation of contracts or the execution of agreements.  We can also represent you in any breach of contract litigation. 

Commercial Litigation - We represent parties on either side of a commercial dispute, handling cases involving breach of contract, unfair competition, employment controversies, real estate conflicts and other business matters.  

Construction Law - We advise clients on all matters related to residential or commercial construction, from land use disputes to development contracts or construction litigation.  

Open for Business.jpg