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Law Office of Derick R. Smith, P.C.
21418 Park Green Dr., Katy, Texas 77450
E -mail: derick@attorneydrsmith.com Phone: +1 -281-579-8099
Fax: +1-281-271-8098
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BUSINESS ENTITIES

The Law Office of Derick R. Smith, P.C. offers its clients a variety of options for business formation, maintenance and dissolution of business entities for small and family-owned operations. The Firm encourages its clients to consider an integrated approach to their personal and business planning so as to include the advice of accountants, financial planners, insurance agents and other professionals. The Firm’s services include:
  • Formation, maintenance and dissolution of business entities
  • Corporations
  • Limited liability companies (LLC's)
  • Partnerships
  • Not for profit organizations
  • Asset purchases and sales
  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Succession planning
  • Commercial transactions

Many Business matters involve dealing with Real Estate. Derick Smith is an experienced Real Estate attorney. Click here to learn about Derick Smith's Real Estate Law practice.

Business that want to do Estate Planning for its members including Guardianships should click here to go to the Wills and Probate section of this web site.


E-mail: derick@attorneydrsmith.com

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