Who We Are
Baucum Law Firm PLLC is a boutique law firm practicing solely in the areas of transactional real estate, business entity formation and management, estate planning and probate matters in the state of Texas.
What We Do
Baucum Law Firm PLLC provides individualized representation with fast response times and the highest level of service to each client, no matter how large or small their matter.
Our Practice Areas
Representation of parties in ongoing negotiations leading to sale or lease of property;
Representation of buyers, sellers, title companies, lenders and real estate brokers in real estate closings and in the clearing of title to real estate;
Preparation of documentation on behalf of the lender, from origination to closing, for all types of loans;
Representation concerning residential subdivisions and commercial properties such as shopping centers, office buildings and multi-family projects;
Foreclosure of real estate for both individuals and financial institutions;
Land title issues;
Prompt preparation of conveyancing documentation;
Loan workouts, restructuring of loans and documentation for modifying loan agreements.
PROBATE AND ESTATE PLANNING
Complete estate planning services including the preparation of Wills and all necessary ancillary documents such as Statutory Durable Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, Pre-Need Declaration of Guardianship, Testamentary Trusts, Revocable Trusts, Family Trusts, and other instruments;
All non-litigation probate matters including independent administrations, dependent administrations, muniments of title, small estate affidavits;
Curative title matters involving estates.
BUSINESS ENTITY FORMATION & MANAGEMENT
Formation and ongoing operation of limited liability companies and all forms of partnerships, as well as of corporations;
Contracts involving leasing, manufacturing, employment, acquisitions of goods and services, buyouts, and first rights of refusal.
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