Just winging your way through real estate transactions could cost you plenty. With a thorough understanding of Texas Real Estate Law, our firms services include:
If you are considering starting a new company or want to expand an existing commercial enterprise by creating a new entity, you want an experienced, skilled and knowledgeable attorney to help you choose the best legal structure for your new business. You want a lawyer who will carefully examine your business and objectives, and recommend the structure that best protects your interests.
We understand that the legal foundation of any successful business venture is the proper choice of entity, which can set up a business for success while protecting individuals against collateral damage when difficulties arise for their business.
Our firm can help you in the creation of any of the following:
Mr. Carvajal is highly knowledgeable in probate issues concerning will settlement, will preparation, powers of attorney, property deeds and related matters, his Probate Law expertise includes:
There are several different kinds of Deeds and depending on what your are trying to do with your property would determine what kind of Deed you are needing.
This is what sets our firm apart from others, being that Mr. Carvajal is owns part of Wilson County Abstract Company, where he is the Vice-President and an examining attorney we are able to insure that when you buy a piece of property you are purchasing it with clear title. The only way to insure that what you paying for is what you are receiving is through title. Title identifies who owns and has the authority to sell the property you are trying to buy. Not only does title identify the person/persons who own the property it also identifies if there are State and Federal Tax Liens against the property, unpaid taxes, outstanding Judgment Liens, Oil Gas and Mineral Leases, Mineral Reservations, etc. that could potentially have a serious affect on the chain of title..
Having a Will allows you to control the distribution of the assets you posses upon your passing. Making it possible to pass your property in your estate to whomever you want. Whether that be family members, significant others, domestic partners, your friends, charities of your choosing and so on. In addition, it allows the property to be distributed outright to the person designated in your Will or held in trust for that person, to be distributed when, how, and for the purposes you designate.
If you die without a Will your property will pass to the rightful heirs that are determined by the State of Texas, who may not necessarily be who you would have chosen to inherit your estate. The State chooses heirs according to the Laws of Descent and Distribution under the Probate Code of Texas. These laws do not recognize unmarried couples or domestic partners, but may include distant relatives if you do not have immediate family.