When you need an experienced Aransas County Texas real estate lawyer look no further than Alex R. Hernandez Jr. Attorney at Law.
Alex R. Hernandez Jr. can help you today with any and all of your real estate law questions and concerns.
The practice of real estate law involves a varied and often highly complex set of activities centering on sales and acquisitions, title, land use, environmental, development, leasing, finance, joint ventures, restructuring and workouts, and litigation.
When it comes to investing your time and money in real estate, it is imperative that you work with companies and individuals you can trust, and document everything. Unfortunately, in some cases, even the most seemingly clean real estate deal can go wrong, and this is when you need to call on a Texas real estate and property lawyer. Part of our firm’s focus is on business disputes, and we provide legal aid for real estate disputes of varying amounts, from small transactions to high-stake deals.
WE ARE DEDICATED TO YOUR BEST INTERESTS IN REAL ESTATE
At our firm, we go to great lengths to provide our clients with quality service during each step of the real estate litigation process. As a property owner or real estate investor, we understand that dealing with legal disputes can be very time-consuming, stressful, and emotionally draining. Our property lawyers have earned a reputation for their exceptional skills, experience, and knowledge. You can count on us to be compassionate and understanding towards your real estate law issue and to help you every step of the way.
We handle a wide range of Texas land and real estate disputes, including the following:
- Encroachment disputes
- Boundary disputes
- Intentional misconduct
- Ownership disputes
- Partnership disputes
REAL ESTATE, PROPERTY, AND LEGAL RIGHTS
Real estate law is closely tied to other areas of law.
- Contract Law – governs the sale of real estate and requires that such contracts be in writing.
- Probate – and inheritance laws are special for real estate.
- Criminal Law -Trespass refers to entering the land of another without authority to do so, and it can be a crime or the subject of a civil lawsuit.
- Family Law – Real estate is also subject to special provisions in family law, such as the rights of a spouse in the marital home.
If you would like to request more information about how our top-notch real estate law firm can help you, please do not hesitate to contact our team. We are dedicated to fighting for your rights in your Texas real estate matter, no matter the size of the issue. Our commercial property lawyers and legal staff are available 24/7. We even speak Spanish to make ourselves more accessible to a wide range of clients.
To speak with a helpful and knowledgeable member of our firm, call our office at 361-454-1000
Alex R. Hernandez Jr. PLLC – Aransas County Texas Real Estate Lawyer