Starting a new business in Texas can be a challenge, especially now that society is clearly in the digital age. New startups are common both online and as traditional physical brick-and-mortar operations. Some company setups are relatively simple, and other company...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Jul 9, 2021 | Business Law
When you start a business in Texas, you'll need to apply for licenses and permits so you can operate legally. The type of licenses that you need varies depending on the business that you own. Without a license, the state might be able to shut down your company. What...
Texas business owners have numerous stakeholders that include their employees and investors. When people depend on you for their job and livelihood, you owe it to them to put succession planning in place. Otherwise, your stakeholders could be left scrambling if...
In Texas, disputes about estate plans are unfortunately common. This can hinge on the content of a will and how it was crafted. In some instances, there are allegations of undue influence and questions about the person’s mental capacity. This could be important when...
Estate planning commonly involves taking deliberate actions to draw up a will and other documents. Texas residents might have an idea about what the process involves, but they may need to put more effort into things than initially realized. Errors and oversights could...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 28, 2021 | Real Estate Law
Before you buy a house in Texas, you'll hire an inspector to check for major defects. Once you get the report, you might be able to ask the seller to make repairs before you move in. The seller isn't legally obligated to make repairs, but they might agree or offer you...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 18, 2021 | Business Law
If you have a contract with another party in Texas and you have reason to believe that party will breach the contract, it is not always necessary to wait until the breach occurs to take action. You can file a lawsuit for an anticipatory breach of contract in some...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 5, 2021 | Business Law
It's great when things are going well with your Texas business partner. But, what happens when you don't agree on something? Fortunately, you can prepare yourself for this situation by learning how to resolve three common business partner disputes. Arguing about money...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 3, 2021 | Tax Law
Texas business owners have a lot on their plate. When it comes to taxes, you may be running behind on paying yours. While it may feel like the end of the world, you do have various options out there to remedy the condition. File for an extension When it comes to...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Apr 20, 2021 | Tax Law
Many Texas residents strive to set aside at least some money each year for future purposes, including retirement. If you contribute to an individual retirement account, you may wonder whether your contributions are tax deductible pursuant to applicable tax law. In...
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