Real Estate Law
Property Dispute Litigation
Texas is a massive State with Real Property encompassing everything from commercial and residential properties to large plats of open ranch lands. It comes as no surprise, then, that property disputes commonly arise here with issues stemming from boundary lines, easements, covenants, trespassing, property title, and adverse possession to name a few. As a property owner, it is important to know your rights and be willing to fight for them. Otherwise, you risk losing them.
At The Law Office of Yolanda Castro-Dominguez, we will help you understand your legal rights and offer the best course forward. We will do everything in our power to negotiate and reach a resolution with the opposing party. However, if an amicable resolution cannot be reached, we are willing to pursue litigation to protect your rights and interests.
While transferring the title to your property is as simple as signing a deed, it is important to know the differences between the different types and which is right for you. We are happy to help understand the best type of deed for your situation, whether it be a General Warranty, Special Warranty, Gift Deed, or Deed without Warranties, to ensure your interests are protected. Our services include the preparation, notarization, and recording of the deed with the Deed Records of the appropriate County.
Owner Finance Documents
When you are Owner Financing the sale of a property, it is important to have an experienced attorney draft these documents to ensure the agreed upon terms are reflected correctly. We offer an Owner Finance Package which includes the property deed, deed of trust, promissory note, and amortization schedule to make the process as painless as possible.
When you sign a contract, you are creating an agreement that will be enforceable at law. For this reason, you may want to have it reviewed by an experienced attorney. Whether it is an executed contract and you need a determination of its enforceability or you would like someone to explain the “legalese” before you sign to ensure your interests are protected, our office can be of assistance.