LLC Formation

Texas and Nevada LLCs

In our role as Texas asset protection advisors, we form Texas LLCs and Nevada LLCs, both traditional and series. Series limited liability companies are a focus of ours. Many of the new companies we establish for investors are series LLCs because of the simplicity, economy, and flexibility associated with being able to hold multiple assets in the same LLC but in separate compartmentalized series.

A series holding LLC combined with a traditional management LLC comprises our recommended two-company structure for real estate investors.

Entity Structuring to Minimize Liability and Maximize Asset Protection

We have devised hundreds of asset protection strategies for Texas real estate investors across the state and beyond. See our asset protection graphics page to view some of examples of the creative asset protection structures we provide our clients. These include not only LLC combinations but general partnerships, limited partnerships, joint ventures, and trusts.

Shelf Companies

From time to time, we may have an inventory of existing shelf companies that are ready for immediate shipment. These are premium structures specially designed to include maximum asset protection features. Bank account and EIN excluded. Supply is limited.

Related Services

Anonymity companies and anonymity trusts

Re-documentation, update, and upgrade of existing client entities

Modifications, amendments, and conversions of entities

Total structural reorganization

Registered agent services (includes annual meetings and updates upon request)

Legal Fees

Legal fees for LLC formation are shown in sections 18 through 22 on our Fees & Policies page. We ask that all new LLC clients fill in our LLC Formation Checklist which contains various add-on options. Based on your completed Checklist, we can generate a no-obligation itemized statement for you.

Do you need a consultation before proceeding with LLC formation in Texas?

If you are undecided about which action to take, need to discuss your legal options, or require legal advice and information before you can proceed, then a paid consultation with our attorney is your best first step. Initial consultations may now be handled online, supplemented by an optional phone call after legal issues are first discussed by email. No appointment is needed. We can usually begin within one or two business days.

The online process has proven very popular with clients, because the consultation is unrushed and the client has a written email record of the legal advice given. Please review our online consultation process and fees.

If you know exactly what you want you want in an LLC, you can bypass the initial consultation and complete our LLC Formation Checklist. Inquire for the latest copy.

Next Steps

Please complete our Client Inquiry Form. Our initial response will be preliminary and general in nature and not a formal legal opinion. You will then have the option of proceeding with paid legal services if you wish.

Thank you for your interest in our law firm. We look forward to being of assistance to you.

Our online legal expertise saves valuable time while preserving first-rate quality.

Board-Certified, Top-Rated Attorney with 40 Years Experience in Texas Real Estate Law and Asset Protection

 “The professionalism provided by David J Willis in organizing our real estate LLCs has been reassuring. So glad we took the extra steps to form a truly protected LLC formation to protect our assets. We have had a constant email conversation throughout the process, and have never been surprised by extra costs from what was originally given to us. If you are serious about protecting yourself from lawsuits, please read David’s book and spend the money to professionally organize your business.”

 “We have been working with Mr. Willis and his Real Estate Law firm for over a year now. He has set up a Series LLC and did a meticulous job. In addition he has assisted us with a couple Real Estate transactions. Mr. Willis is extremely knowledgeable and is well versed in Real Estate Law and entity formation. He was quick to respond to e mails and also quick to get started on the formation paperwork and deeds that we needed drawn up. All of our communication with Mr. Willis was done online over email. Prior to engaging Mr. Willis, we spoke with another attorney who was not as well versed in entity formation and Real Estate Law as Mr. Willis. We are thankful that we were able to find and work with Mr. Willis. We highly recommend his firm without reservation. We only wish we had the option to give him ten stars.”