Attorney David Willis of LoneStarLandLaw.com Announced the Publication of the Second Edition of Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors

The second edition of "Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors" outlines important changes in the law as of January 1, 2014.

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Real Estate Law and Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors - Second Edition

Key changes in the law commenced on January 1, 2014, For example, the Texas Probate Code has been replaced by the Estates Code

Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 10, 2014

Attorney David Willis of LoneStarLandLaw.com announced the publication of the second edition of his popular guide for Texas Real Estate Investors titled Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors.

The 300 plus page volume has received multiple 5-star reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. “Key changes in the law commenced on January 1, 2014,” states Willis. “For example, the Texas Probate Code has been replaced by the Estates Code. This new statute will substantially influence real estate law and practice.”

The focus of Willis’ law firm is the intersection of real estate law and asset protection, and he has pioneered the use of numerous creative techniques in this field. He is an advocate of using the new series LLC in order to organize investments into separate, insulated compartments and favors Texas and Nevada as states of formation. “The series LLC is an ideal vehicle for real estate investors with multiple properties,” asserts Willis, “particularly when used as part of our recommended two-company structure. One company (which can be a traditional LLC) acts as a shell management company while a separate series LLC remains quietly in the background as a holding entity for investments.”

David Willis has over 30 years of experience in Texas real estate transactions and litigation. He is board certified in both residential real estate law and commercial real estate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is also a licensed real estate broker. He is frequent lecturer at investor clubs and organizations. Approximately 50 of Willis’ articles on real estate, asset protection, and other topics of interest to investors appear on his website lonestarlandlaw.com.

Contact:
David Willis Attorney
http://www.LoneStarLandLaw.com
(713) 621-3100


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