The Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert, PLLC
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How do I start an LLC in Texas? How can I buy my neighbor’s ranch? Do I need a liability waiver for my business? If you’re asking yourself these questions, or anything like them, San Antonio Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert can help guide you to the right answers.
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PLLC vs LLC and How Your Practice Benefits
Property Holding and Investing Companies
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Business and Real estate Lawyer Nathaniel Gilbert in San Antonio, TX
When starting a business in Texas, there are many factors to consider, including the type of entity to choose. Two popular options are the limited liability company...
The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Forming A Series LLC in TexasThe following is a quick and concise answer to the most frequently asked questions that I get...
Yes, but not in the way that you think. There is a growing sentiment among popular online advice columnists and bloggers that LLCs can help you avoid a large amount of...
If you want to use a different name for your business, make sure you differentiate between “I want to change the entire name of my business” and “I want to use a different name for my business in certain situations.”
A Professional Limited Liability Company is specifically provided for professionals looking to offer their services through an entity in Texas. Professional services, as defined by the Texas Statutes, means “any type of service that requires, as a condition precedent to the rendering of the service, the obtaining of a license in this state.
Regardless of the form of LLC you decide on (Series LLC, PLLC, or regular old LLC) you will need to make the decision of whether your new Texas entity will be Manager Managed or Member Managed. For the sake of this page, we are going to assume the owners of the LLC have chosen to have the company be managed by one or more Managers—Manager-Managed.
New business owners in Texas often form LLCs to start their company, but this process can be full of pitfalls and sometimes even the most careful of small business owners can make a mistake. Texas LLC Formation Attorney Nate Gilbert takes a look at the most common mistakes and their solutions.
Commonly, children will have powers of attorney for their parents when they get older and may need assistance with financial transactions. If a child holds power of attorney for their mother and/or father, they may represent them in a real estate transaction.
Converting to a PLLC from an LLC is a straightfoward process in Texas. Attorney Nate Gilbert provides the steps necessary to change your company to a Professional Limited Liability Company in 4 steps.
Creating an individual Series for your Series LLC is a straightforward process, but there are some critical steps that you need to take. When creating the new Series,...
Watch the video to discover the differences and considerations behind Manager Managed LLCs and Member Managed LLCs in Texas.
Video: What Does An Operating Agreement Do For My LLC?
Texas Business Planning and LLC Formation Attorney
LLC Formation; Series LLCs; PLLCs and PCs; Corporations and Partnerships
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Texas LLC Formation
Starting a small business or entrepreneurial venture should be simple, but can be filled with road blocks and red tape. If you have the idea for your business, focus on that and hire an attorney to do the rest.
Deliberate and purposeful delegation tends to be the first thing every business owner learns when wanting to actually grow their business and brand: While you find space to rent, your attorney can worry about whether you should be an LLC or a Partnership. While you build your brand, your attorney can coordinate the drafting of your company operating agreement and risk management strategies. Don’t waste your valuable time and effort trying to learn the behind the scenes when your brainpower is better spent getting your message out to potential clients and customers. Want to spend three days researching the differences between entity types, filing requirements for those entities, drafting clauses in your operating agreement, and determining how many classes of shares you should issue? Click here if you’d rather not…
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Should I Form A Texas LLC?
LLCs are an extremely popular business entity. However, they are not one-size-fits-all and you should consider whether it fits your business model. Additionally, there are different types of LLCs that fit certain businesses better than others. Are you looking to buy and sell real estate or hold different investment properties? A Series LLC may be a good fit. Are you a professional such as a physical therapist, dentist, or physician? A PLLC may be worth a look. Regardless of what kind of entity you are looking to form, consulting with a Texas LLC Formation Attorney will always be worth your time.
How Much Does Starting a Business Cost?
Business Startup with Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert is done on a flat fee basis—You will always have access to your attorney during the startup process, and your attorney will have questions for you regarding your preferences, but you won’t have to worry about racking up legal fees because you talk to them. For the price you’ll be paying, click here and find what suits your venture.
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Farm and Ranch Management
Outfitter Contracts and Leasing
HUNTING LEASES DRAFTED BY YOUR ATTORNEY
Leasing your property for hunting can seem like a daunting task. There are numerous variables to consider such as what kind of hunting, how many hunters, whether you will allow outfitting or clubs, and vehicle access. Additionally, you’ll need to consider some legal aspects such as the term of the lease, lease renewals, as well as liability waivers and indemnification/hold harmless clauses.
Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert has extensive experience in the outdoors as a hunter and brings that expertise to his legal practice. Being able to help his clients think about factors regarding hunting leases that are not always obvious to those that do not have hunting or fishing experience sets him apart from other lawyers.
Working with farmers, ranchers, and outdoorsmen is a passion for San Antonio, TX Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert. Whether you have never leased your land for hunting before or have run a successful outfitting operation and need a change, Nathaniel Gilbert can help formalize your plan of action and protect you and your assets.