"Chris Poulsen is a great real estate attorney. He helped us successfully close a single family home investment property and insured we were properly prepared from a corporate perspective. He is an excellent communicator and very diligent. Highly recommend!"
Estate Planning, Real Estate and Asset Protection
5510 Abrams Road
Dallas, Texas 75214
Tel: (214) 974-0508
Fax: (214) 483-1865
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Our approach makes all the difference on your transactions.
Trust. It’s the most important factor when choosing a company for your escrow and closing needs.
When you make the decision to work with us, you can feel confident you’ve chosen a partner dedicated to meeting your immediate needs while building a long-lasting relationship you can always count on. We will work hand in hand with you every step of the way. We will respond quickly to meet your needs while providing the expertise and guidance necessary to close your transaction.
Through our global network of offices, we serve home buyers and sellers; investors; residential and commercial real estate agents and brokers; national, regional and local banks and credit unions; builders and developers; attorneys and others involved in any type of residential or commercial real estate transaction both in the United States and in over 80 countries around the world.
Our dedicated escrow and settlement services professionals are experienced with the intricacies of your local market and the ins and outs of every type of residential and commercial resale, new construction, refinance, international, relocation and timeshare transactions.
Proper estate planning allows you to take control of your life by protecting not only your property upon death, but your loved ones as well. If you die without making a Will, you do not get to choose who will receive your property. The state's laws are different.
Trusts can be created to be effective during life or only upon death. There are many types of trusts. There are some advantages to choosing a living trust over a last Will and testament. Trusts can also be an effective vehicle for tax planning.
Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person by resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person’s property under the valid Will, or if no Will exists, under state law. A probate court decides the validity of a testator’s Will; appoints an executor or administrator of the estate when administration is required; and adjudicates the interests of heirs and other parties who may have claims against the estate. It may sound daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
Whether you are considering a real estate purchase or sale for personal or business use, an experienced real estate lawyer can help you protect your interests, accomplish your goals and minimize your risk.
If you are a business owner aspiring entrepreneur, one of the most important legal issues to consider is how you structure your business. There are a wide variety of entity forms to choose from. Each form has advantages and disadvantages in terms of simplicity, flexibility, cost (both to form and to operate), taxation control continuity, ownership, transferability and liability protection.
Asset protection planning can be extremely valuable for those in people-centered professions that may be at high risk for personal liability (such as physicians, attorneys and business owners), as well as those with significant personal or professional holdings.
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