The attorneys at Hubbard and Rotthier have been providing legal services to individuals and businesses in Kingwood and the Greater Houston Area for over 45 years combined. The hallmark of the firm is providing high quality legal representation designed to address legal matters and achieve results fairly and efficiently.
The firm’s philosophy is that every client, whether an individual or a local or international business, should receive prompt and personal attention. The firm maintains a well-trained and highly professional staff to assure the needs of every client is attended to in a timely, professional and effective manner.
Sarah Rotthier and Patrick Hubbard are committed to serving their clients in planning for life’s uncertainties. Anticipating the future, and preparing for the challenges it can present, are among the most important business and personal decisions we make in our lifetime. As we advance in life, it becomes increasingly important to take proper steps to protect ourselves, our loved ones and our property. These challenges can include business matters, health issues and even death.
Establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps in protecting against such things. Proper estate planning not only preserves control of finances; it can also minimize the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing end of life affairs.
Dealing with any legal issue can be emotionally stressful, occasionally confusing and often very complex. The firm takes a thoughtful approach to handling business, estate, probate and elder law issues – taking the time to truly understand every client’s particular situation, what they want to accomplish, as well as what they need. In short, clients are treated like family. The firm’s staff is friendly and approachable. Protecting your rights and assets is their number one priority and upmost commitment to you.
Taking care of all of the business and estate planning needs of their clients is the goal most sought after. In addition to drafting and executing wills, trusts, and related documents, and rendering business and real estate advice, other firm services include:
- Business succession planning
- Entity formation
- Family partnerships and LLCs
- Special needs trusts for disabled children
- Trustee and estate law
- Medicaid Assistance
Areas of Practice
|ELDER LAW||WILLS & ESTATE PLANS||MEDICAID PLANNING||PROBATE|
|Long-Term Care Planning||Intestacy||Medicaid Assistance in Texas||Insurance Disputes|
|Senior Housing Options||Last Will & Testament||Eligibility Requirements for Medicaid|
|Marital Property Agreement|
|POWER OF ATTORNEY||GUARDIANSHIPS||REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS||BUSINESS MATTERS|
|Durable Power of Attorney||Legal Effect of Guardianships||Speedy Closings||Entity Formation|
|Medical Power of Attorney||Guardian of the Person/Estate||Deeds||Business Purchase & Sale|
|HIPAA Authorization & Release||Serve as Guardian||Mortgages||General Counsel Services|
|Directives to Physician & Family or Surrogates||Deed of Trust|