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Questions related to ownership and transfer of title in real property within the State of Texas. I can answer general questions related to real property in other states but I will be specific with anyone asking a Texas real property question.

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Bachelor of Business Management and a Law Degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth. Member of the Tarrant County Bar, Dallas County Bar, and Texas State Bar.

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2015-12-14 How to transfer house dead after both parents death:

You have done as much as you can do without spending money.  The complete way to finalize the process is to hire an attorney to open a case in the probate court there in Harris County (or the county where

2015-11-10 Community Property, Mortgage, Housing?:

I do not practice family law but I would urge you to make two telephone calls:    1. Divorce attorney and ask about divorcing an individual that has abandoned the marriage and you have no further contact

2013-07-23 Land ownership rights:

I'm very sorry for the delay in responding.     The widow's 4 adult children may still own that interest and if there is any question then I would not want to build on that property either.  Your option

2013-06-23 Mineral Transfer:

They get 25% and you get 25%.    It is impossible for me with limited information to know if the attorney had enough information to know what the status of the mineral estate was at the time he created

2013-06-17 surface rights:

I would make sure that your understanding is correct by adding your own note to the sales contract.  You will want to state that you understand that the seller has the right to explore and produce his


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