At the Randolph Law Firm, we assist clients in the Las Vegas, Nevada, area with a variety of legal matters, including personal injury, business law, estate planning, tax planning and litigation.
Business Law: Protecting Commercial Interests
The world in which we do business is constantly changing, and so are the laws that govern us. As a business owner, you are required to comply with both federal and Nevada laws, and you also run the risk of being sued even if you are obeying the law. Randolph Law Firm can help identify, protect and enhance the value of your business and minimize your exposure to litigation.
Our firm works closely with clients in order to understand their businesses, anticipate legal issues and provide strategic guidance. We offer services to create entities — corporations and LLCs, for example — that offer tax savings and legal protections, and we can draft the necessary legal documents to protect your business.
Personal Injury: Help for the Injured
At the Randolph Law Firm, we represent victims physically injured by another's wrongful conduct. We understand the uncertainty and fear our clients face following a serious injury or the death of a loved one. We make sure that individuals and their families receive the guidance, counsel and representation they need to get the results they deserve. Our goal is to help our clients receive compensation for the pain and suffering and other costs associated with their injury.
Before talking to any insurance company, contact us for a free consultation. Our personal injury practice areas include automobile accidents involving cars, trucks or motorcycles; slip-and-fall accidents and premise liability; wrongful death and catastrophic injuries, including brain and spinal cord injury; dog bites and animal attacks; construction and electrical accidents; fires and explosions; medical malpractice and insurance bad faith.
Estate Planning: Preparing for the Future
At the Randolph Law Firm, we understand the value of establishing trustworthy, long-term relationships with our clients. Through careful, strategic estate planning we can help you protect what you have earned and make plans to provide for your loved ones. We understand no estate plan is too small, and we offer a free consultation to discuss your family's needs.
You don't need to own a massive estate to benefit from creating a sound financial plan or to realize some of the advantages that were once reserved for the richest Americans. If you are considering future succession issues or asset transfers, you may require legal advice regarding wills, trusts, community property agreements, durable powers of attorney, health care directives and prenuptial agreements.
Whether or not you realize it, you already have an estate, which is merely a way of describing your total assets. The wealth you've accumulated so far, and that which will be added in the future, can be subject to wide array of laws. While careful investing and money management can help you attain wealth, changes in the tax laws can expose your assets to many vulnerabilities that a qualified estate planning attorney can anticipate and help you avoid.