Miami Probate, Tax Resolution & Debt Negotiation Lawyers
Navigating matters like business, tax resolution, probate, franchise agreements, and contracts can be challenging without the proper knowledge, resources, and support. Since many of these aspects come with such high stakes, it is vital to get the job done right the first time and act proactively to help ensure preventable issues are taken care of before they have a chance to impact you or your business. Luckily, in South Florida, a resource exists to help with all of these legal matters. At SG Law Group, you will find the professional experience, resources, and team to help you through your legal ordeal efficiently and effectively.
At SG Law Group, we take pride in assisting our clients to navigate even the most complex situations they seek our assistance with. Handling these legal matters is often an overwhelming and stressful experience for our clients, so we take pride in offering one of the most beneficial aspects of working with a team of seasoned and experienced attorneys with knowledge in your specific area of need: peace of mind. So, regardless of the matter for which you seek the assistance of SG Law Group, we are here to help.
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Trying to tackle business, tax resolution, probate, or franchise agreements alone cannot only be risky but, in certain circumstances, lead to disaster. Working with an attorney in South Florida is essential to help prevent as much risk as possible and lay a strong foundation for success. From
mergers and acquisitions, problems with back taxes, contract law, and much more, SG Law Group is here to help.
Our team of expert attorneys is prepared to assist each and every client who comes through our doors to find a favorable resolution to their legal issue and find the peace of mind that only comes with working with an attorney.
So, to get started, contact our office to speak with an expert today and get started in the process of finding the right solution for your situation!
Why Hire A Lawyer?
The greatest benefit our lawyers can provide is peace of mind. Dealing with legal issues is often a daunting and stressful process. Our lawyers will take that burden from you as they follow effective steps to resolve your case. Even exciting milestones, like starting a business or buying a franchise are over-whelming. Our job is to guide you throughout this journey because there is no need to do it alone. Let’s work together.
Taxes can be one of the most difficult and frustrating parts of the year for anyone, whether part of a business, corporation, or simply dealing with personal taxes. This is only compounded if you have found yourself facing mounting levels of back taxes, which can quickly overwhelm you or your business. However, while it may initially seem like there is nowhere to turn, this could not be farther from the truth.
While it may not be initially apparent, hiring a tax resolution or IRS attorney in South Florida, can help get you on the path to getting out from under those back taxes. Still, it is incredibly important to act quickly since waiting with your head in the sand will only serve to compound the problem or make it worse. In these situations, the sooner you can contact SG Law Group, the more effective we can be, and the more options may become available to you.
To get started and speak with a tax resolution attorney or IRS lawyer, call our office today to set up a meeting with our team of experts and work on a solution that will work for you!Read More
What are the ways to merge or acquire a business?
One way to merge and/or acquire a business is to buy the entirety of its assets instead of the business itself. The merging and/or acquiring of the assets (as opposed to merging and/or acquiring the shares or ownership interest), however, means that the stock or ownership interest is not transferred – meaning that the ownership of the company is retained by the previous owners.
The buyer, therefore, must make a new entity (or have one already in place) in which to transfer the newly purchased assets. An asset purchase can be especially useful when there are liabilities that the purchaser has no desire to take over. For example, if a business is subject to a long-term lease, the buyer would not be under any obligation to continue the lease, whereas the stock purchaser would be obligated.Read More
“Senen has helped protect our company since 2015 with legal counsel, and annuals. He is diligent, and efficient in paying attention to the details. In a fairly recent case, in which we had a small window of opportunity, he not only provided sound counsel, but worked great with the team, as we successfully and swiftly won the case.”
“Senen has been our lawyer since 2008 for multiple companies we operate. He has always been thorough and looks out for our best interests in all of the situations we have needed legal council.”
“They are relentless in defending and protecting your interests. They also are available to discuss questions you may have. SG Law Group has my full confidence and I would not hesitate to recommend them to others.”
“SG Law Group was amazing. They helped me take care of my issue and always had my needs and my businesses needs as the priority. Senen is a trusted and knowledgeable attorney. Highly recommended!!”
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A Local Investor’s Odyssey through Offshore Tax Complications – Tax Resolution
As dawn broke over Miami's iconic skyline, Robert, a seasoned local investor, settled into his daily routine in his upscale condo overlooking the mesmerizing Biscayne Bay. Over the years, he'd built… Read More A Local Investor’s Odyssey through Offshore Tax Complications – Tax Resolution
Battling The IRS: Sofia’s Story Navigating Tax Resolutions
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Navigating the Miami Rental Jungle: Alex’s Cautionary Tale and Guide to Lease Agreements
In the bustling, sun-drenched city of Miami, Alex, a young professional, found himself on the hunt for a temporary home. As he navigated the local rental market, he stumbled upon a… Read More Navigating the Miami Rental Jungle: Alex’s Cautionary Tale and Guide to Lease Agreements
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Frequently Asked Questions
While having past experience with transactions is certainly a plus, writing a contract without the oversight of an attorney can be risky. A lawyer that specializes in contracts is trained to draft contracts with meticulous attention to detail. This prevents any mistakes from happening, thus, saving you time and money in the long run.
Additionally, laws and regulations are constantly changing, so your past transaction dealings may have a slightly different legal context than your future contracts. A professional that is constantly staying up to date with the latest legal developments will be invaluable to the overall success and accuracy of your contract.
Designing a contract that fits your specific needs and concerns is critical. With this in mind, it is important to contain these details in the contract you are writing. Most contracts should include essential terms such as:
- What is to be performed by both parties (with as much distinction as possible).
- The time frame.
- The quantity of goods (if a sale of goods is involved).
Contracts are valuable legal tools that are designed to protect all parties involved. With this in mind, it is vital to work with an attorney that can tailor your contract to your particular needs so it can function as optimally as possible.
An offer in compromise is basically a settlement agreement with the IRS. If you are dealing with financial challenges and are unable to pay back your taxes within a reasonable timeframe, an offer in compromise provides a potential solution. Additionally, if you are unsure whether or not you actually owe as much as the IRS says, an offer in compromise is a method you can use to possibly lower the amount.
When an IRS lawyer helps you file an offer in compromise, the IRS is presented with a document that details the taxpayer’s financial situation, and proposes an amount that they can realistically pay back. This legal tool also can be used to set up affordable payment plans for those who are able to repay the balance over an allotted time frame.
While you can file a tax settlement for yourself, your chances of obtaining the outcome that you are seeking will be significantly lower. Settling your taxes directly with the IRS requires an array of forms and documentation – making the overall process complicated and difficult for most people.
If you want to ensure your best chance of success, working with a professional tax settlement attorney is an important step to take. Using their skills and experience, you will have access to a wealth of legal information that will help you make informed decisions about your strategies for tax settlement.
During a Formal Administration probate proceeding, it is required that the heirs petition the court to open the estate and appoint a personal representative. This is the individual that handles the will and manages matters pertaining to the estate during the probate process.
The personal representative has the job of publishing or serving notices to the deceased’s creditors alerting them that the person has passed. Once all claims have been paid and the estate has been properly distributed to the beneficiaries, the personal representative will then petition the court to close the estate – which ends the probate process.
Under most circumstances, the formal probate administration in Florida takes between 6 and 9 months to complete from start to finish. This includes a 90 days creditor's period, appointing a personal representative, payment of creditor's claims, and more.
As long as everything goes smoothly and is done properly, there should be little to no difficulty closing the estate within this time period. However, if mistakes are made along the way, there can be significant time and money setbacks. Because of this, it is critical that a probate lawyer oversees the process to ensure that everything is done efficiently and accurately.