Corporate, Partnership, Business & Transactional Law
Estate Planning and Probate
Real Estate Law
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Married, three children
University of Houston School of Law - L.L.M. Taxation, 1988
Baylor University School of Law - J.D., 1973
Associate Editor, Baylor Law Review
Marquette University - B.A., 1968
Texas Bar Association
- Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section
Member, College of the State Bar
U.S. District Court - Southern and Northern Districts of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals - Fifth Circuit
U.S. Tax Court
Director, Child Advocates of Fort Bend County, Inc.
Trustee, Child Advocates of Fort Bend County Endowment, Inc.
Director, Youth Services of Ft. Bend County, Inc.
Author, “Disposition of Properties Secured by Recourse and Non-Recourse
- Debt,” Baylor Law Review, Spring 1989
Author, “It's That Time of Year Again - Proper Tax Planning May Put Money in
- Your Pocket,” M.D. News, December 1994
Author, “Are Your Assets Protected? Part II,” M.D. News, March 1997
William J. Rohrbach, Jr., has been with SJR&M for over 30 years. He has been involved in representing individuals, partnerships, corporations and trusts in day-to-day legal matters and in aiding clients in acquiring real property ranging from homes to multi-million-dollar commercial transactions. He has also been lead counsel on merger and acquisition of business entities and has dealt with many clients in the formation and operation of their business entities, as well as planning the exit strategy for owners of business entities. Mr. Rohrbach is involved in corporate and individual tax planning. He is further involved in representing many dentists and dental organizations in the acquisition and sale of practices and in day-to-day legal and contract matters.
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