Do you want to find a Houston real estate lawyer? Are you looking to find an attorney around zip code 77057 or the Galleria area? If so, what type of knowledge should the attorney have? Should he know about other matters like personal injury cases and wrongful death cases and how they relate to real estate? I would think so. Many personal injury accidents happen on real estate.
Depending on what you are looking for, a good real estate attorney will be able to discuss contract and closing issues that may include: (1) residential sales contracts; (2) general real estate contracts; (3) Seller disclosure documents; (4) title insurance; (5) Earnest money contracts and disputes in residential transactions; (6) affidavits of heirship; (7) and the use of lis pendens.
For people with questions about ownership and transfer of Texas real estate, they may have questions about: (1) co-ownership of property; (2) Deeds in Texas; (3) Deeding property to an LLC (4) and deed property to a lender.
Often, buyers of real estate will have questions about what to do if the lender or bank is going to foreclose. Sometimes individuals that do not have good credit to obtain a traditional loan, look to seller financing. This is where a Houston real estate lawyer can help.
Sometimes investors and property owners are concerned about protecting their assets from potential lawsuits. Lawsuits can occur when personal injuries occur on property. At times, there may be a wrongful death accident due to a premises defect or a work place accident. In these situations, the property owner will want to consider the proper entity to use when owning real estate. A property owner may have questions about: (1) LLC formation; (2) LLC governing documents; (3) the series LLC; (4) piercing the veil of an LLC; (5) joint venture agreements; and (6) buying or selling an LLC with property interests.
If you have questions about real estate or its connection to asset protection from personal injury claims, feel free to contact a Houston lawyer. You can reach an attorney at 713-454-7875.
– Article By Richard Weaver