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Do You Need A Lawyer To Transfer A Deed?

There are many circumstances in which the deed to a home or property may need to be transferred. You might think it seems straightforward enough that you can do it on your own without the help of a real estate lawyer, but with such an important document, it’s a good idea to hire a deed [...]

Avoid These Mistakes When Setting up Your LLC

If you’re a small business owner, the decision to set up your own LLC is a big milestone—but it’s also one that can be fraught with anxiety. So many people who own their own businesses have a passion for what they do, but grappling with the accounting and legalities isn’t exactly in their wheelhouse. Here [...]

How COVID-19 Will Impact the Austin Real Estate Market?

Like realtors and mortgage brokers, real estate attorneys are getting the same question over and over again these days: what does COVID-19 mean for the real estate market? We wish we had a crystal ball and could give you the answer. Usually when we answer such questions, we base the answers on how the market [...]

Builder’s Contracts and the Importance of Hiring an Attorney

There was a time when if you wanted new construction in the Austin area, you’d have to buy in a far-flung suburb. Now, everyone wants to live in the city itself, so older housing stock is being torn down and replaced with luxe new condos and houses. As more people flock to purchase custom homes [...]

Can You Stop A Foreclosure Once It Starts?

It’s a tough time for many Americans right now. The longer our economy is in crisis, the more people will struggle paying their mortgages. As attorneys who provide foreclosure assistance, we hear the same story from so many of our clients—they work hard, make the right choices, do everything by the book, and one job [...]

Code Next for Austin: What Will This Do to Austin Real Estate?

Zoning might be the bane of your existence if you’re a developer, but its purpose is to protect property owners. When you purchase a home, you’re not just purchasing the structure itself, you’re also buying into a neighborhood—you like the look, the feel, the density (or lack thereof), etc. If you live in or around [...]

Can You Receive Money for the Government Shutting Your Business Down?

A number of my esteemed colleagues have suggested the government’s actions in ordering businesses to be shut down equates to a regulatory taking.  As all of us are aware, the COVID-19 virus has caused emergency shut down of almost everything including bars, restaurants, offices, etc. - basically anything where citizens frequent.  This is obviously causing [...]

Coronavirus & Estate Planning: Do You Have Your Affairs in Order?

Whether you’re ready or not, the coronavirus is here. While you’re busy stockpiling the food and supplies you’ll need to weather the crisis, it’s also important to think about worst case scenarios. We tell ourselves that the purpose of social distancing and staying at home is to protect vulnerable populations, but the truth is [...]

How Can You Save Your House From Foreclosure?

There is an unfortunate stigma about foreclosure, but the truth is that foreclosure often occurs not due to poor financial management, but because of life circumstances homeowners have no control over. No matter the reason why you’re facing foreclosure, there are some steps you can take to help you stay in your home. Here’s [...]

How To Resolve Land Disputes

When it comes to property disputes, we don’t want your business. That may sound like a bold statement, but it’s true: if you have a property line dispute with a neighbor, nothing would make us happier than for you to resolve the matter together without involving an attorney. When you don’t get along with [...]