Phyllis Lambert, Attorney at Law
 

Practice Areas

Phyllis Lambert is an attorney engaged in the general practice of civil law, including business litigation, family law, probate litigation, estate planning, and entity formation.  Please see the area of your choice listed below for more information.

Business Litigation

A business contemplating bringing or defending a lawsuit due to a disputed transaction must consult with an attorney to understand the legal process.  This process includes, but is not limited to filing the initial petition or answer, conducting discovery, attending alternate dispute resolution meetings, effectively trying the case in front of a judge or a jury, obtaining or defending against judgment, and pursuing or defending appeals.   If you are involved in a dispute regarding a business transaction, it is best to seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.  For more information about business litigation, click here.

Family Law

Family law consists of many issues, including marriage, adoption, divorce, protective orders, and paternity.  An attorney’s advice is essential for these most personal and important concerns in life.  For a list of important forms and a brief overview of divorce, click here.

Estate Planning and Probate

Estate planning is the process of ensuring that the assets you’ve accumulated during your lifetime go to the people or institutions you wish in the most efficient, tax-favored, and equitable way possible.  Probate is the legal process used when someone dies in order to carry out these wishes, that is, it is the legal process in which the court appoints the person who is authorized and required to accomplish these tasks.  Texas has a very sleek, effective, quick, and inexpensive probate system.  For more information on probate and estate planning and a list of basic instruments of simple estate planning and other useful items, click here.  

Entity Formation

If you choose to start your own business, you will need to choose the entity under which you will conduct that business.  The entity you choose depends on the objectives of your business.  In most situations, you will focus on two key factors:  1) whether the entity will be taxed and 2) the extent to which the entity will shield its owners from liability.  For a guide on how to choose a business entity, click here.

 

 
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