McGarvey PLLC Real Estate, Title, and Business Law Articles
It’s official. You’re an LLC (limited liability corporation) in the state of Texas and it’s time to go work. Before you start doing business, make sure you know how to keep your LLC safe and compliant.
As we move into a more digitalized age – one dominated by the internet and online presence – Texas Courts have been hesitant to follow suit, until very recently. In Texas, service of process is done by personally serving the defendant of a lawsuit in person.
When you hire a real estate attorney, you are choosing an advocate to protect your best interests. Real estate attorneys can assist with a number of commercial and residential real estate matters.
In reality, there is no 100% guaranteed way to protect your assets, but a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) for your real estate business is essential to mitigate risk and separate business from personal assets.