How Can You Legally Divide an Undivided Interest in Property? Attorney Kari Lutringer answers this question about how to partition or legally divide an undivided interest in real property in Texas. The attorneys of Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick have decades of experience in real estate and property law. We serve clients through three offices […]
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What Do You Need to Do to File Tax Protests in Texas We often get questions from clients about property tax protests. If you have a question or concern about your property tax, please call our office for an appointment at 800-929-1725. We have convenient offices in Wharton, El Campo and Richmond, TX. Question: I […]
What Are 1031 Exchanges in Real Estate? Nobody looks forward to paying capital gains on the sale of real property, and you may have heard of 1031 exchanges as a way to defer that payment. We often get questions about 1031 exchanges, so this is a brief explanation of what they are and how they work. The […]
How Might You Use a 1031 Exchange to Defer Paying Taxes Call 800-929-1725 for an appointment with an an experienced real estate attorney in Wharton, El Campo or Richmond. In this article, Attorney Philip Hundl answers a question about the tax consequences of selling inherited real property and the option of using a 1031 exchange to defer […]
What Property Fence Laws Might Affect Landowners in Texas? What are your responsibilities to fence your property? Do property fence laws in Texas require you to share in the cost of a fence or the cost of maintaining a fence? Attorney Philip Hundl answers a question about property fence laws in Texas. Question: I live […]