Why Romano & Sumner?
Over a Decade of Experience
Every member of our Texas law office understands that when people hire an attorney, they are often already in the middle of a stressful situation. Generally, people seek out an attorney to find a solution to a problem. At Romano & Sumner, we not only provide our clients with efficient and effective legal solutions, we provide a team who cares about them and doesn’t simply go through the motions. We make sure our clients not only receive high-quality legal services, but also the reassurance they want and deserve. For over a decade, the Texas law offices of Romano & Sumner have provided expert legal assistance to our clients. We concentrate on several areas of transactional and litigation law including but not limited to: Estate Litigation, Trust Litigation, Guardianship Litigation, Business Litigation, Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Probate and Guardianship, and Business Law. You are assured quality representation from attorneys who have the experience to guide you through the difficult maze that is the legal system.
Our firm stands out because we deliver the following each and every time without compromise:
- Completion of your case in a timely manner.
- Answers to your questions in a language you can understand instead of legal speak.
- Individual consideration of your matter and an attorney who is willing to listen to you.
- The level of attention to detail to your matter that you expect and deserve.
- Prompt response to client phone calls and emails.
Beyond Legal Advice
In urgent legal matters, professional expertise is only part of our formula for success. We place equal importance on handling our clients cases smoothly and efficiently. In addition to sound legal advice, the Law Office of Romano & Sumner believes that clients should receive excellent customer service. With our services, you can rest assured that:
- Your attorney will return your phone calls within 1 business day
- Your attorney will keep you informed about the progress of your legal matter
- Your attorney will complete your matter in a timely manner
Romano & Sumner Law Blog
The Houston estate attorney legal team at Romano & Sumner is at your service. We take the stress out of hiring a Texas estate attorney, by providing a level of service not offered elsewhere. We offer reliable advice and representation in legal matters including, but not limited to:
Estate litigation refers to legal disputes within the probate process such as a will contest or the removal of the executor or administrator of an estate.
Closely related to estate litigation, trust litigation involves disputes related to trusts. This can range from a trust contest, removal of a trustee to a demand for an accounting from a trustee or a claim of breach of fiduciary duty.
A contested guardianship arises when either the proposed “ward” contests having a guardian appointed on their behalf or when multiple people apply to be appointed guardian over the same person. Another facet of guardianship litigation involves the removal of one who has been appointed guardian but who has committed some sort of wrong doing in their service as guardian.
Business litigation includes all variety of disputes confronting small businesses from Partnership disputes and claims of minority shareholder oppression to breach of contract and employee related lawsuits.
A will contest refers to the procedure for contesting the validity of a last will and testament of a decedent that has been filed with the court.
Estate planning is the process of arranging the transfer of a person’s property to others upon his or her death as well as planning for contingencies during one’s lifetime such as incapacity.
Asset protection refers to a set of legal techniques designed to protect assets of individuals and business entities from civil money judgments. The goal of asset protection planning is to insulate assets from claims of creditors without concealment or tax evasion.
Probate is the legal process by which a deceased person’s debts are paid and assets are distributed. The heirs of the estate are determined either by a will or by the laws of intestacy for the state in which the person died. Intestacy describes a situation in which a person dies without a will. The term probate includes laws concerning the administration of estates.
Guardianship is the legal process by which one person, called the “guardian,” is appointed by the court to take legal responsibility for the care and management of the person, the estate, or both, of another person, called the “ward,” who is considered incapable of administering his or her own affairs.
Business law encompasses the formation of business entities, the subsequent operations of such businesses, the preparation of contracts and employment agreements as well as assistance with the buying and selling of business entities.
Blog & Resources
Romano & Sumner Law Blog
At Romano & Sumner, we take great pride in educating our current and prospective clients. We realize that Litigation and Transactional law matters can be very complex and at times frustrating. For many people, the addition of paperwork, bureaucracy, and the legal process on top of an already stressful situation is just too much. We regularly publish articles on legal matters, cases, events, situations, and processes that have relevant and readable information for the common person so that you can feel at ease.
We have created a library of helpful resource links for our current and prospective clients. These sources are federal, state, and local level reference sites as well as authoritative legal blogs that we believe contain useful information in legal matters.
Areas ServicedWe proudly serve clients in and around the Houston, TX areas, including but not limited to the following:
Cities / Suburbs:
Houston | The Woodlands | Sugar Land | Baytown | Conroe | Katy | Friendswood | Pearland | League City | Richmond | Rosenberg | Spring | Humble | Kingwood | Clear Lake City | Stafford | Jersey Village | Cypress | Missouri City
77478 | 77479 | 77487 | 77496 | 77498 | 77459 | 77489
Harris County, Fort Bend County, and surrounding counties