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Our online inquiry process is easy, efficient, and popular with clients. Most routine tasks – consultations, document preparation, entity formations, and even payment – may now be handled entirely online, supplemented by an optional phone or video call.

The usual entry point for new clients is a consultation. However, if you know exactly what you want (for instance, a warranty deed), then you can bypass the consultation phase and go straight to a document order.

Consultations begin as soon as one to three business days from the time we receive all necessary information, copies of background documents, and payment from the new client.

Legal fees begin at $350. We post a transparent list of legal services and fees as well as answers to frequently asked questions relating to our online process and how to proceed. Due to the pandemic, we are currently available for online services only.

“David’s knowledge of real estate law and transactions is superb . . . I have never encountered a more efficient or thorough process than that offered by David. I highly recommend him and his firm for any real estate related legal or transactional needs. He is simply impressive!”

Make Sure We Are the Right Law Firm for You

We DO offer one and two-hour consultations on real estate law, business law, and asset protection at reasonable flat fees. View our consultation process and fees.

We DO handle document preparation for a wide range of Texas real estate transactions, both residential and commercial.

We DO represent and advise clients in the purchase, sale, and leasing of residential and commercial real estate. We offer comprehensive representation in the entire transaction, from contract through closing, but not on just parts or pieces of a contract or transaction.

We DO handle general business and contract law, document preparation, and commercial transactions including contracts for the purchase and sale of Texas land and businesses.

We DO offer legal review/comment/advice on professional-grade documents prepared by attorneys and realtors, but not on DIY documents or junk forms from the Internet.

We DO assist clients seeking protection of assets from litigation and judgments. This includes developing asset protection strategies, formation of traditional LLCs and series LLCs in both Texas and Nevada, partnerships and joint ventures, use of anonymity techniques, and a variety of investor trusts and living trusts.

We DO handle real estate and business litigation on a selective basis with an adequate retainer, clear liability, a solvent defendant, and at least $50,000 in damages. No contingency cases.

We DO NOT handle construction law, zoning law, or HOA law; oil and gas; bankruptcy or other federal court litigation; probate of wills and estates (except for affidavits of heirship and deeds curing title); securities law; divorce or family law; patent or copyright law; immigration; insurance law; or tax law.

We DO NOT act as a title company so we do not search title records; nor do we escrow, hold, or distribute funds, conduct in-office closings, obtain tax certificates, issue title policies, or record documents with the county clerk. Clients are encouraged to utilize a title company for these other services.

We DO NOT offer tax, accounting, or bookkeeping advice. All clients are encouraged to consult a CPA in conjunction with our legal services.

We DO NOT provide assistance or training for those wanting to do their own legal work.

Our Process Begins with the Client Inquiry Form

All inquiries, new clients, and new cases are processed exclusively by means of the confidential Client Inquiry Form below. If you’re uncertain if we handle a particular type of case, do not hesitate to ask.

Our reply to your inquiry will be in the form of general preliminary comments (not a formal consultation or legal opinion) that may come from an assistant or qualified associated attorney. Fees apply beyond our initial response.

Complete the Client Inquiry Form

We ask for a concise summary of your case so we can determine if there is a good match between your legal issue and the services we provide. When and where do events occur? Who is involved? Is the case residential or commercial? Is litigation pending? What is the dollar amount involved? Also, what is the goal of your inquiry? A consultation? Document preparation or review? Representation? LLC formation? Asset protection planning? We need basic information but please limit your initial explanation to around 200 words. We can gather more detail and documents later.

Only a limited number of new clients are being considered at this time. We sincerely regret that we cannot assist all inquirers or accept all cases.

Please double check the accuracy of your email address

Our preliminary response is without charge but there is a fee for any consultation that may follow.

Please limit your case summary to around 200 words.

*I unconditionally accept and agree to the terms of service set forth at Fees & Policies. I understand that these apply to all inquirers and clients without exception in lieu of individual fee agreements or engagement letters.

You must agree to this law firm’s terms and conditions in order to proceed.

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Additional Contact Information

All inquiries, new clients, and new cases are processed exclusively by means of the Client Inquiry Form, not by phone or in the office. For online security reasons (persistent hacking attempts) we do not open online inquiries that are sent directly to our firm’s email address. Our main phone is (713) 621-3100 – but again, we require that the Client Inquiry Form be used for your initial contact. Our fax number is (832) 201-5321. Business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday, holidays excepted. This is how we define a business day for purposes of turnaround. Evening, weekend, and holiday emails are considered received on the next business day and are placed in our queue accordingly. For our address, see Location.

Terms of Service

Legally speaking, you become our client only after we are monetarily retained and expressly agree to advise or represent you. Until then, we offer no specific legal advice upon which you may rely and have no obligations regarding your case. These and other terms of service apply to everyone without exception, so please read these policies before engaging us.