By The Strong Firm P.C. | Published July 31, 2017 | |
Difficulties of Probating the Surviving Parent’s Estate Texas has relatively efficient probate system. It has been designed to provide a number of options to allow residents to select the least expensive and quickest method to probate an estate. In fact, Texas has developed abbreviated probate proceedings to deal with small estates, including individuals that really Read MoreRead More
Client: “I’m buying a foreclosure property.” Attorney: “OK, when is the sale?” Client: “Tomorrow” Attorney: “Have you completed any due diligence on the property?” Client: “Well…I drove past the property a couple of times.” Attorney: [after a long pause] “I am going to take that as a no.” What is a “foreclosure Read MoreRead More
In Litigation, Realistic Expectations are Crucial As a litigator, every client I meet asks me at some point during the case whether he or she is going to “win.” While reasonable, this question is difficult to answer, particularly when a client appears to have the facts or the law substantially on his side. If a Read MoreRead More
You have likely put a significant amount of time, effort and money into planning your estate, don’t throw it all away by picking the wrong executor. Ideally, your executor will administer your estate honestly, efficiently and in the best interest of your beneficiaries. Bad executors have the potential to waste your estate’s funds, destroy family 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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