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Three Signs of a Bad Commercial Real Estate Deal

12/01/2023

Starting a new company is one of the most exciting things a person can do. It’s also one of the most complicated and stressful endeavors… read more

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How a Business Lawyer Can Save You Time and Money

24/10/2022

Whether you are just starting a business, or are well established, all of your hard work and dedication can be unraveled with a legal misstep.… read more

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How a Lawyer Can Help with a Commercial Real Estate Deal

30/06/2022

If you're past the planning stages and ready to start shopping for a commercial property, you might be worried about the negotiations. Add the fact… read more

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Can A Real Estate Lawyer Help with a Property Lien?

25/06/2022

Property owners desire to have their land "free and clear" of claims from anyone else. It will be impossible to complete a property deal if… read more

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What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do?

17/06/2022

Buying a house is often a momentous occasion, but it can feel like a terrifying ordeal, too, especially to first-time buyers. Buying a home is… read more

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Eviction Process in Texas: 5 Fast Facts

09/02/2022

According to the law in Texas, a landlord has the right to evict a tenant under particular circumstances. However, there are procedures both the landlord… read more

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Estate Planning Documents: Here’s What You’ll Need

02/12/2021

Planning your estate is one of the ways to protect your loved ones in case of incapacitation or unexpected death. It gives you a sense… read more

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Who Can Claim Adverse Possession in Texas?

09/10/2021

Did you know that a trespasser, neighbor, or a stranger can legally own property that was not previously theirs after using it for a specified… read more

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How to Start a Franchise

15/09/2021

The good thing about starting a business is that there are several ways to do it. You can start a venture from scratch with an… read more

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Texas Landlord FAQ

15/08/2021

Landlords always write leases for their own benefit. Fortunately, because commercial leases differ vastly from the sort of cookie-cutter restrictions that residential landlords impose, there’s… read more

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