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Requirements For A Valid Deed In Texas
  • By: Farren Sheehan, Esq.
  • Published: October 26, 2021

Drafting a valid deed or conveyance of land in Texas, in its most basic form, is subject to a number of statutory and common-law requirements. Many of these date back hundreds of years to their basis in England during the Dark Ages. These broadly relate to the following: These are only the basics of a rudimentary deed in Texas. They do not address more complex arrangements or potential liabilities. However, they should provide some insight into the law governing transfers of land. Austin real estate attorney Farren Sheehan has experience with a variety of land transfers. Furthermore, she offers a case evaluation for deeds and other real estate matters. The Form of the Deed In Texas, a deed must be in writing and signed by the person transferring the land. We call this the “grantor.” The person the grantor transfers the land to is the “grantee.” You do not have…Read More

  • By: Farren Sheehan, Esq.
  • Published: November 10, 2017

After over a decade of providing the Austin area with expert real estate and estate planning legal services, The Law Office of Farren Smith is changing its name to Sheehan Law, PLLC. While the sign outside our office might be changing, we will continue to offer our clients comprehensive, compassionate, and efficient legal assistance, whether they have a real estate issue, an estate planning need, or a civil lawsuit issue. What Is Changing At Sheehan Law, PLLC? The main change is a large but simple one. As mentioned, The Law Office of Farren Smith is now Sheehan Law, PLLC. Along with this name change are three other related and notable changes: Our logo is changing. It only made sense to revamp and update our logo, which includes our new name. We hope that our new logo captures the heart and spirit of our law office while helping to illustrate its…Read More

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