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Asset Protection – Avoiding Fraudulent Transfers

During consultations, clients frequently ask, “Now that I’ve been sued, what can I do to protect my property from a judgment?” Sadly, the law of fraudulent transfers limits the options available to a lawyer to help you protect your assets in such a situation. As with most things, when it comes to protecting your own Read More

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Five Common Business Law Mistakes

Starting a business can be an exciting-yet-scary venture in life. There are so many different factors to consider during the start-up process that go beyond simply picking out the perfect name, office space, equipment and amenities. With a multitude of loose ends to tie up, decisions to make and documents to sign, it’s not unheard Read More

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What Does a Seller’s Disclosure Notice NOT Tell You About the Property?

By Don White  Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law When a Seller offers a home for sale, they are required under the Contract to provide the buyer with a Seller’s Disclosure Notice. This Notice is a disclosure of the Seller’s knowledge of any areas Read More

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The Cost of Doing Business

Tale of Two Businesses (A Business Parable) Two entrepreneurs went to visit an attorney’s office. One was named Joe Pennypincher, the other was Patrick Preparedman. They each wanted to start a business and needed documents drawn up. At each of their consults, the attorney explained how he would go through and get the important factors Read More

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How Are Law Offices Structured?

Four Common Organizational Structures A law office is a place to go whenever you need guidance or representation for various types of legal matters ranging from child custody and juvenile defense to bankruptcy and oil/mineral rights. At its most basic level, a law office houses a lawyer, who provides services in his or her area Read More

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What Is One of the Biggest Mistakes a Seller of Real Estate Can Make?

By Don White, Attorney at Law I am constantly amazed that I still see disputes relating to Lease to Own Contracts. In the old days, we called them Contracts for Deed. Apparently the more modern title is Lease to Own or Lease with an Option to Purchase or some similar title. The Texas Legislature has Read More

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Business Divorce in Texas

When I was young, my father told me to never get into a 50/50 ownership arrangement with your business partner. Now that I’ve grown into an attorney who sometimes deals with these businesses, I thought it might be useful to talk about some of the ways to avoid a 50/50 situation or some considerations that Read More

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What Does a Civil Lawyer Do?

By Don R. White, Attorney at Law A civil lawyer practices in the field of civil law, which may consist of corporate, family, business, real estate, probate or personal injury law. The cases a civil lawyer deals with all generally regard disagreements between two parties. When a disagreement can’t be settled between the two parties, Read More

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So You’re Starting Your Own Business. Do You Need a Business Lawyer?

By Byron R. Berry, Attorney at Law Starting a new business is exciting, daunting and full of the unknown. For these reasons, it is absolutely necessary to use the expertise of a lawyer in order to safely begin your business journey. What to Look for in a Business Lawyer When Starting Your Own Business First Read More

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Do You Need an Oil and Gas Attorney?

By Don R. White, Attorney at Law For a culture that depends so heavily on oil and gas, it can be easy to forget just how prevalent these resources are in our day-to-day lives. Due to this dependence, oil and gas law encompasses many complicated legal policies, procedures and agreements. What Is Oil and Gas Read More

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