By Eric Thiergood | Published August 22, 2016 | |
Failing to properly terminate or “wind down” an inactive corporation or LLC is a potentially costly mistake many Texas business owners make. While the steps involved in terminating an entity are relatively straight forward, the potential legal ramifications for failing to properly do so can be significant. While most small business owners are aware that Read MoreRead More
In Part 1 of this series we discussed the potential for older documents to involve too much estate planning (i.e. over planning) when considered in light of current tax legislation. In this installment we will look at the dangers of a “one size fits all” plan that does not provide enough planning (i.e. under planning). Read MoreRead More
Residential “Short Term” Rentals The term “Short Term Rentals” is used to define a residential leasing, which has various definitions of time but is generally less than ninety (90) days. The term has become synonymous with companies like airbnb or vrbo, that manage websites used to market and book residential properties for short term stays. Read MoreRead More
Today we live in a world that is built around handheld devices that satisfy the freedom of instant access and gratification. This new reality means we may have to sacrifice some privacy and sometimes potential safety, for convenience, a controversial trade-off perfectly embodied by the successful car service Uber. Simply open an app on your Read MoreRead More
The Strong Firm represents borrower in $42.3 million HUD construction loan for multifamily real estate development in Walton County, Florida.Read More
The Strong Firm acts as legal counsel for borrower in $32.1 million HUD construction loan for multifamily real estate development in Conroe, Texas.Read More
The Strong Firm aids borrower in $31.7 million HUD construction loan for multifamily real estate development in Nueces County, Texas.Read More
The Strong Firm represents borrower in the refinancing of a $3.57 million commercial mortgage-backed security for a commercial office facility in Montgomery County, Texas.Read More
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