Entity Formation and Business
Independent Contractor Agreements
An Independent Contractor Agreement is a written contract that outlines the terms and conditions of the working arrangement between an independent contractor and client, including: A description of the services provided. Terms and length of the project or service.
LLC Entity Formation
The most common forms of business are the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and S corporation. A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business structure allowed by state statute.
Condominium developers need effective legal counsel from the start of the project and through sales, construction, financing, closings, association formation, management and operations. Many legal documents must be prepared over the course of a condominium project, including the initial declaration, bylaws, rules, certificates of formation, architectural guidelines, surveyor’s and architect’s certificates, consents of mortgagees, and boundary designations.
Commercial Lease Review
Having a real estate attorney review your commercial lease makes sure you understand all of the provisions of the lease, it helps you avoid any traps, it allows you to know what changes to request, and helps avoid any mistakes.
We help businesses make sure that their commercial leases are fair and a good investment. Having an experienced real estate attorney carefully review your commercial lease could help save your business.
It is not necessary to use an attorney to file for a trademark, however in Texas the majority of the initial non-attorneys applications submitted are rejected. Consulting with an attorney can help to protect your intellectual property.
Short Term Rental License Agreements
Owners of Short-Term Rentals (STRs) are required to obtain an operating license annually (Ordinance No. 20160223-A.l). This law applies to all properties (including rooms and guest houses) rented for less than 30 consecutive days.
In Texas, there are three ways in which a lienholder can foreclose on a property:
1) Judicial Foreclosure,
2) Non-Judicial Foreclosure
3) Expedited Foreclosure