Silberman Law Firm, PLLC | Texas Real Estate, Business, and Probate Lawyers

Practice Areas

Business Law

Providing both business transaction solutions and business litigation services for our clients.

Probate Law

Providing estate administration, wills, will contests, and probates for our clients.

Real Estate Law

Providing real estate document preparation, closings and real estate litigation services.

Litigation

Serving clients in business litigation, real estate litigation, and probate related litigation

Construction Law

Providing a full range of construction law related services to our clients.

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The Texas Property Code authorizes the correction of a material error in a recorded original instrument of conveyance—for example, a deed—by agreement. See Tex. Prop. Code § 5.029. To be effective, the instrument correcting the error must be executed by each party to the original instrument “or, if applicable, a party's heirs, successors, or[...]

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When involved in a boundary dispute, a landowner needs to know their legal rights and remedies, as well as the rights and remedies available to the party with whom the landowner is having a dispute. Adverse possession is a fairly well-known avenue for obtaining legal right to another’s real property, but a lesser-known method[...]

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Generally, a breach of contract claim cannot lead to a court awarding any sort of punitive damages (also referred to as exemplary damages). As the name suggests, punitive damages are used by courts to punish offenders beyond what is required to make the injured party whole. As courts are more likely to award punitive[...]

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