Sapp & Sturgill, PLLC, is a Fort Worth based boutique law firm serving the needs of individuals, corporations, commercial entities. We offer the personal attention of a small firm combined with the knowledge and experience that allows us to address all of the concerns our clients may encounter.
Michael and Matthew both started out practicing corporate oil and gas law which expanded into real estate law, business planning, and estate planning. Their peripheral experience in these areas of the law encouraged them to move into additional areas where they can provide a more custom product for a more discerning customer.
Whether you need solid estate planning, or real estate investing advice, Sapp & Sturgill can help you reach your goals.
Wills & Estate Planning: Your personal estate includes all of your possessions, including your cars, bank accounts, personal property, real estate, etc. You can't take it with you when you die so you need a plan to protect your beneficiaries.
Real Estate: Our firm has extensive experience helping clients with residential and commercial real estate transactions and disputes. From issues with title, leasing, investment, development and the sale of real property, we can assist you through the process.
Energy: Preparing accurate title opinions, curing defects, negotiating and reviewing mineral leases and determining rights and interests are all part of what we do.
Business: We work with small businesses to develop structures and procedures that help ensure the business will grow in a productive manner. We work closely with you to determine the proper business formation is created to protect your business and personal assets.
Litigation: Hopefully you won't find yourself needing to go down this road, but in the event you do, our firm effectively and aggressively represents clients in litigation, appeals, and all forms of dispute resolution.
General Counsel Services: We provide a continuous relationship as outside general counsel to closely-held businesses which provides our clients with access to legal resources they need while reducing client overhead.
ADA Compliance: Businesses that neglect to accommodate employees or patrons with disabilities may be violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990). Not only do they subject themselves to fines and other penalties from the federal government, they could be legally liable for compensatory damages, as well.
Data Privacy and Data Breaches: Companies with negligent cybersecurity practices put their customers at risk of financial loss, identity theft, harassment, and various other preventable hardships. These businesses should be held accountable for failing to protect sensitive data.
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"Words can’t express the gratitude I feel towards the team at Sapp & Sturgill. The lawyers there were highly knowledgeable, making them so easy to work with. They were very attentive to detail and most of all very confident in their work. I would definitely recommend their law office to anyone seeking assistance."
Chanel - Lewisville