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Dealing with Title Disputes in Mansfield, Texas

Posted by Lee Stringham | Mar 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Although record keeping has improved significantly with the advent of technology, there are still many instances that a real estate transaction can be delayed or derailed due to a title dispute. Especially in the older parts of Mansfield where title and boundary lines were recorded a long time ag...

The Basics of the Probate Process

Posted by Lee Stringham | Mar 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

When someone passes away, family members can be overcome with grief, especially if the death is sudden or unexpected. It can be difficult to function, made even more so because there are so many things that must be handled after a loved one dies. If a person has taken the right steps to provide f...

Why You Should Designate a Power of Attorney

Posted by Lee Stringham | Feb 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

Life throws us many unexpected challenges, and sometimes, those challenges leave us unable to make important decisions about our own health and well being. Rather than be put at the mercy of strangers in the court system, or medical professionals, it simply makes good sense to appoint a power of ...

Using Mechanics Law to Collect on Unpaid Debts

Posted by Lee Stringham | Feb 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are instances when property owners fail to pay contractors, subcontractors, construction workers, and others in related trades after work has been completed on a property. Rather than stop work on a project, tear down what they have already done, or seek other kinds of remedies, members of ...

The Basics of Real Estate Deeds

Posted by Lee Stringham | Jan 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

When you buy or sell a piece of property, you must convey that property by legally creating and transferring the property with the drafting and recording of a real estate deed. Some real estate transactions have the deed conveyed with the assistance of an attorney, while others do not. An attorne...

Get It Right With a Real Estate Lawyer in Arlington

Posted by Lee Stringham | Feb 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mary and Tom have been saving up for several years to purchase the home of their dreams. They have recently come across a few areas that have the types of homes and communities that they would love to integrate themselves and their future family into. However,  now that the time has come to open ...

The Different Stages of Civil Litigation

Posted by Lee Stringham | Dec 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Civil litigation is not a term that is familiar to everyone, although it is simple enough to understand. Civil litigation is defined as a legal dispute between two parties where no criminal sanctions exist. There are also several stages of civil litigation that every person should know. The first...

New Power of Attorney Law in Texas

Posted by Lee Stringham | Dec 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

This past year has introduced a new change that affects probate law in the state of Texas. Elderly residents often find themselves in need of someone else to take charge of their affairs. In the event that they become incapacitated or incompetent. It seems simple enough. When a person can longer ...

Main causes of title disputes in Texas

Posted by Lee Stringham | Dec 09, 2014 | 0 Comments

Title disputes are not a frequently talked-about topic in everyday conversations. Still, they happen more than people might believe in the state of Texas. There are plenty of reasons that can cause a title dispute. A significant amount of local property records have not been transferred to comput...

Legal reasons for breaking a real estate lease in Texas

Posted by Lee Stringham | Dec 02, 2014 | 0 Comments

Real estate lawyers often become inundated with disputes over leases when it comes to renting property in the state of Texas. There are sufficient reasons that enable tenants to break a real estate lease and other reasons which do not justify such an action. First, there is no buyer's remorse in ...

What You Need to Know about Avoiding Dallas Bankruptcy

Posted by Lee Stringham | Nov 04, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you are currently facing the Dallas bankruptcy process and are risk for not being able to pay off your debts, then you know how intimidating the situation can be.  Whether you have just started the bankruptcy process or have been slowing moving closer to it in the last few months, then you und...

Texas Foreclosure Processes & What it Means to You

Posted by Lee Stringham | Oct 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

One of the biggest surprises for many homeowners about the Texas foreclosure processes is that it's actually a fairly fast process from start to finish. When it comes to losing your home in a foreclosure, by law that can happen in under just a few months.  That's why it pays to take quick action ...

Understanding Your Rights with a Euless Bankruptcy Lawyer

Posted by Lee Stringham | Oct 07, 2013 | 0 Comments

When an individual is filing for bankruptcy, one of the first questions they typically ask is, “Do I need a lawyer for this?”  While you don't legally need a lawyer to file for bankruptcy, a Euless bankruptcy lawyer can make the process much smoother and can ensure that everything is done absolut...

What You Should Know Before Filing for Dallas Bankruptcy

Posted by Lee Stringham | Sep 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Being faced with the prospect of filing for Dallas bankruptcy is never pleasant for anyone, but there are some important considerations to make before you officially begin the process.  Since there are repercussions to your future ability to get credit once you've been declared bankrupt, it makes...

Simple Tips for Avoiding Arlington Foreclosure

Posted by Lee Stringham | Sep 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

For today's homeowners, foreclosure is often looming in the distance, thanks to a shaky job market and constant changes in the real estate market.  In spite of some improvements, many homeowners find themselves at risk for Arlington foreclosure.  There is hope, however, and the following help tip...

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