Practice Areas

Providing both business transaction solutions and business litigation services for our clients.
Providing estate administration, wills, will contests, and probates for our clients.
Providing various real estate document preparation and real estate litigation services.
Serving clients in business litigation, real estate litigation, and probate related litigation.
Providing a full range of construction law related services to our clients.

Blog Posts

A person who signs a note and promises to pay a certain sum is known as a maker on the note or payor. It is not uncommon in Texas for there to be multiple makers known as co-borrowers or co-makers on a note. While it is well known that co-borrowers are jointly and severally liable […]

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Partition is the division of land where property is divided (partition in kind) or sold (partition by sale). It is well known in Texas that co-owners of real estate have an absolute right of partition. Spires v. Hoover, 466 S.W.2d 344, 346 (Tex. Civ. App. 1971), writ refused NRE (July 28, 1971). However, does the […]

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Spouses often have various reasons for transferring real estate between themselves. Reasons may include asset protection strategies, tax record preferences, a desire to make a gift, or a bona fide purchase between spouses. Below is a discussion of methods of transferring real estate between Texas spouses. Separate Property to Community Property Converting separate real estate […]

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