About Thomson Law PC
Thomson Law, PC offers legal services with emphasis on estate planning, probate, business formation, real estate and business transactions.
Estate planning is one of the most important steps any person can take to make sure that their final property and health care wishes are honored, and that loved ones are provided for in their absence. Though often overlooked or put off in favor of more immediate concerns, a comprehensive estate plan can resolve a number of legal questions that arise whenever anyone dies. Here at Thomson Law, PC we closely work with families to identify estate planning options which fit their specific family circumstances.
Probate & Assets
Probate is the court-supervised process of authenticating a last will and testament if the deceased made one. It includes locating and determining the value of the decedent’s assets, paying his final bills and taxes, then distributing the remainder of the estate to his rightful heirs or beneficiaries. Our attorney meets with the family members to determine if a probate is necessary. If it is determined that you should go ahead with a probate we will prepare all Affidavits Terminating Joint Tenancy and Affidavits of Confirmation and Survivorship for the Transfer on Death Deeds.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, in a real estate law dispute, or contemplating a real estate transaction, it is important to know your rights and have them explained to you by a real estate lawyer. Real estate law encompasses a broad range of issues in relation to property law that you may have never thought about before, such as easement disputes, foreclosures, injuries, property taxes, neighbor relations, property deeds, real estate warranties, different types of mortgages, insurance, landlord/tenant matters, and issues related to buying and selling real estate. Let Thomson Law, PC be your advocate take the worry out of all of your real estate transactions and give you peace of mind.
Thomson Law, PC can help decide whether a C-corporation, S-corporation, or an LLC is the right business entity for you. While you can do this research on your own, a professional knowledgeable attorney in corporate formation can give you the ins and outs of the benefits and drawbacks to each type of corporate structure, and be able to help you determine which entity will fit your needs. Each of these entities will have different fees and administrative expenses, restrictions, and tax implications. Where the stakes are high or consequences immediate (i.e., loss of corporate status), the most prudent course is to consult our attorney early on to determine which legal business structure is best.
A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties that creates an obligation to do or not do particular things. The term “party” can mean an individual person, company, or other legal entity. Thomson Law, PC will design contracts that are solid and that will protect you under any circumstance.
- Legal Services
- Estate Planning
- Probate & Assets
- Real Estate
- Business Formation