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Learn how Real Estate Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert in San Antonio Texas can help you purchase a property, sell a property, transfer your property to an LLC, or change the details on your deeds. Our firm helps clients better manage their property purchases and holdings through creative means such as waivers for liability reduction or elimination, high quality custom tailored hunting leases, and entity formation and management for real estate investments and holdings. Give Nate a call today to discuss your real estate venture needs and plans.
Texas Real Estate Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert represents landowners and potential landowners in matters of real estate in Texas.
Transferring Property to An LLC
Removing and Adding Names to Deeds
Series LLC Formation for Real Estate
Property Liability Waivers
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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.
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Frequently Asked Questions in Real Estate:
My Deed Was Never Recorded, Is It Still Valid?
Yes! Recording a Deed is not necessary for it to be valid; what is important is the signing and delivering of the Deed itself. Read more in this article from Nate.
Can I Move My Property Into An LLC?
Absolutely. Subject to a few factors and conditions, you can move your personally held property into an LLC for protection from lawsuits and creditors. Read more about moving property into an LLC in this Article. Read more about LLC’s on this page.