By The Strong Firm P.C. | Published October 26, 2016 | | |
If your elderly parent has no will, for whatever reason, it can be difficult to make them understand why they need one. Without a will, the estate passes according to the state’s laws of inheritance. This means certain types of property may be treated differently than others, which can result in certain loved ones being Read MoreRead More
The use of social media and e-commerce has allowed even the smallest of small business retailers to market and sell goods outside of their home state. In fact, many “one-person shop” retailers that rely solely on distribution through popular e-commerce platforms such as eBay and Etsy attribute the majority of total annual revenue to sales Read MoreRead More
Courts have historically been protective of arbitration awards and reluctant to overturn them. However, the level of deference to arbitration awards was significantly increased by the Texas Supreme Court’s recent decision in Hoskins v. Hoskins. In Hoskins the Court expressly overruled two common law basis for challenging arbitration rulings, and found that an arbitrator’s ruling Read MoreRead More
In times when the economy is down, it is no surprise that commercial tenant defaults increase. During those periods, it is also not surprising to see landlords become more firm about requiring personal guarantees of commercial leases. Typically, the individual signing a commercial lease is doing so on behalf of their capacity as an officer 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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