Keeping Partnership Records

Keeping Partnership Records

Partnership Records After reading our Selecting a Business Structure Series and speaking with your Business Law Attorney, you decided on a Limited Partnership structure for your business. You have filed your Certificate of Formation, enacted a Partnership Agreement,...
Texas Registered Agents

Texas Registered Agents

Your Registered Agent You’ve decided to open your own business. You are prepared to file your chosen business form with the Texas Secretary of State to formalize your business. However, you must select a registered agent. Who should you pick? What does a registered...
Keeping Corporate Records

Keeping Corporate Records

Corporate Records After reading our Selecting a Business Structure Series and speaking with your Business Law Attorney, you decided on a Corporation structure for your business. You have filed your Certificate of Formation, enacted Bylaws and a Shareholders’...
Keeping Company Record

Keeping Company Record

Limited Liability Company Records After reading our Selecting a Business Structure Series and speaking with your Business Law Attorney, you decided on a Limited Liability structure for your business. You have filed your Certificate of Formation, completed an Operating...
Can a Burglar Sue Me?

Can a Burglar Sue Me?

He Broke In, But I’M Being Sued! You were recently the victim of a burglary to your home. Now the [expletive removed] has sued you for injuries he sustained while breaking into your home! Besides feeling an immense, body-shaking anger, several questions run through...
Child Marriage

Child Marriage

Here Comes the Bride You know the story: your strong and sophisticated 16-year-old daughter swims to the surface where she first lays eyes on the young Prince Eric and instantly falls deeply in love with him. Okay, maybe that’s just Ariel in The Little Mermaid. What...
Navigating a Lawsuit Series #2

Navigating a Lawsuit Series #2

Navigating a Lawsuit Series Continued Welcome to blog #2 of our Navigating a Lawsuit series. In this week’s blog we will discuss petitions; specifically, where to file a petition, how to file a petition, and what to include in a petition. The purpose of a petition is...
New Veteran-Owned Business

New Veteran-Owned Business

Great News for Veterans! Have you dreamed of starting your own business? Were you born with an innate entrepreneurial spirit? Are you addicted to shows like Shark Tank and The Profit? Are you a veteran in Texas? If you answered yes to these questions, I have great...
Business Structure Series #7

Business Structure Series #7

Selecting a Business Structure Series Continued Welcome to entry #7 of our business formation series—Selecting a Business Structure. Long time readers will remember that some business structures offer more protection that others from personal liability. If you will...
Navigating a Lawsuit

Navigating a Lawsuit

You Have Been Sued! A process server or Sheriff’s deputy just rang your doorbell and handed you a notice from a court clerk that says, “NOTICE. You have been sued.” What do I do? What does all of this mean? What is an answer and how do I file it? How long do I have to...

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