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Posted Wed, Jan 15, 2020
2019 Legislative Update – Texas POA Laws
Posted Mon, Jan 06, 2020
As 2019 comes to a close, it’s a good opportunity to reflect on what we’ve accomplished and make resolutions for what we hope to do in 2020. I have never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions as they often seem like short-term, immeasurable goals...
Posted Wed, Oct 30, 2019
Millennials have complicated everything. Socializing in person wasn’t enough, so they created Facebook. Dollars weren’t enough, so they created Bitcoin.
Posted Wed, Oct 30, 2019
The State of Texas is a strong advocate for protecting property owners from the forced taking of land, including eminent domain, foreclosure or annexation. This year, the Texas Legislature enacted a bill that protects landowners for decades t...
Posted Wed, Oct 30, 2019
We have all heard the saying that something is “not worth the paper it is written on.” This is usually said about a contract that is unenforceable or even if enforceable, it may have no value because the party has no ability to pay or perform...
Posted Wed, Oct 30, 2019
I recently celebrated my 30th year as an involved resident of The Woodlands, and the milestone has made me reflect on what it means to be truly supportive of our community. As most are aware,
Posted Fri, Oct 18, 2019
A trademark is any word, name or symbol used to identify and distinguish goods and services. For business owners, trademarks provide an easy way to build customer loyalty and communicate the quality and source of goods and services. Businesses o...
Posted Fri, Jun 07, 2019
In previous installments in this series we discussed that a dependent and independent administrations are generally used when the deceased person’s estate exceeds some minimal thresholds for size or complexity, such as owing unpaid debts
Posted Thu, May 16, 2019
Justice court, formerly known as small claims court in Texas, is a low cost, simple and speedy litigation process for individuals and companies to pursue legal claims for monetary damages.
Posted Wed, Apr 17, 2019
Texas lease-options, or “rent-to-own” contracts in layman’s terms, are often looked at as a simple solution to a common problem, but prospective tenants/buyers too often pursue lease-options without understanding what they