Property Disputes

Whether   it   be    disagreements with    mortgage   companies   or problems   with   neighbors   over boundary    and   property   lines, we    can     help.       With   great knowledge in Texas Real Estate, our    team   can     guide     you.  Get   the   help  you  need  today.


Your  loved  one  may  have  passed leaving a last  will  and  testament or could  have  no will at all. In  Texas,  you    must     probate    an    estate  before you  can collect, but not all estates  need  to  be probated. Click here   to  find   out   if   you  have  to probate  your  estate.


Facing      foreclosure      can     be   difficult  for  everyone.   Don’t panic.  Let   us     help     you   find  creative solutions   and   be    your    strength during       these    troubling     times.

Owner Financing

Do   you   want  to   buy     property   but    are    unable  to    qualify   for   financing?       Owner        financing  allows   buyers    to   receive  loans   from     the     seller    or     business  without   interference   from  a   third party.

Real Estate Attorneys who help with Tax Disputes in San Antonio, Houston, and Edinburg Texas

Loan Modifications

Owning  a  home in  Houston can be an        expensive        responsibility. Homeowners   sometimes  need   to modify   their    mortgages   to   help reduce   monthly   payments   to   an affordable   amount.   Our  attorneys have  various  solutions to help ease the burden.


No   one wants  to   have  to declare bankruptcy. We  have good news for you,  declaring   bankruptcy  is  NOT the   only   way!   Our    team    can   help     you      repay    your     debts without     filing      for     bankruptcy.

Construction Law

Construction  law  in Texas provides protection     for    both   contractors  and subcontractors. Our   team  can assist       you      with      contract      revisions,   implemented    policies    in  Texas,  and   any  other  related advice you may need.


Have you been wrongly evicted? In Texas, a landlord can ask you to vacate the rental property if you have violated the lease agreement in some way. Click here to find out more information on eviction in Texas.

Deed Preparation

Deeds   in   Texas   are   required  to reflect    certain     rules    in   order   for   that   deed   to   be   considered a  valid   deed.    Any    unintentional mistake    or    error    can    lead   to potential   harm.   Be  prepared  and contact      any   one     our     worthy attorneys   for  more  information  on deed preparations.

Business Formation

Don’t    know  the  type  of  business structure   your   personal   business should  follow?  If unsure which route   deems    most    beneficial  to your  business,  give us a call so we can provide you with the tools  and knowledge  needed    for   a  healthy business.

Family Law

Family Law in Texas  covers  a  vast array of issues.  From divorce cases to child custody battles, you need an attorney     who    can    successfully negotiate   and   advocate   on  your behalf     in     court    if    necessary.

Eminent Domain

The  concept  of  eminent  domain is extremely  relevant  to  the   state  of Texas.  Simply put,  it states  no one is      authorized      to      take    your property    for   public   use    without providing   compensation  in   return. We  recommend  speaking to one of our   experienced   eminent  domain attorneys     for     better    guidance.