Practice Area Overview

Real Estate & Business Law

Tyler Henderson is well versed in real estate and business law. From land conveyances and mineral rights to mergers and collections, we can help advise you and guide you through the legal system.

Growing a business and making it profitable – growing it into something you’re proud of – is quite an accomplishment. Let us help you protect that accomplishment. Our true value is not in helping you fill out paperwork – although that is an important step – but in the business and legal counsel we provide.

Internet legal providers may be able to help you file simple paperwork, but they’re not meant to help you reason through complex business issues and structures. A rudimentary understanding of the legal complexities of starting or running your business can have a lasting impact on its success and profitability. That’s where we step in.

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Real Estate Litigation

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We can help you pursue real estate litigation in any of the following areas: Correcting deed errors, Boundary disputes, Title curative work, Title insurance claims, Easements, Adverse possession, Quiet title actions, and Tax sale confirmation actions.

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Contracts

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We can review, advise you on, and draft a variety of business contracts, including: Employment agreements, Service agreements, Non-competition agreement, Confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements, Property and equipment leases, Indemnity agreements, and Shareholder Agreement.

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Civil Litigation

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We will represent your business in any civil litigation matters you wish to pursue.

What type of business entity should I form?

The answer to this will depend entirely on your goals for your company and the business you're in. Ask yourself these questions:

  • How many owners will there be?
  • Will you have employees?
  • How many employees will you have?
  • What is your primary business activity?
  • Will you have investors?
  • Are there owners who will not be active in management (silent partners)?

A good business attorney will be able to help you choose the right entity for your business.

Do I need legal advice just to form a business?

The short answer is yes. The long answer is, you won't actually know if you needed legal advice until a problem arises or a mistake made starts to affect your business model. Remember that it's almost always more expensive to fix a mistake than it is to prevent that mistake in the first place.

If I find something wrong with a home or property after I buy it, can I do anything about it?

In many contracts, the buyer will be offered a warranty policy by their real estate agency in case there are any losses incurred on your part. Find out if you were given a warranty. If not, it may be time to speak to a real estate law attorney.

With an "As-Is" home sale, who is responsible for major repairs?

Typically, homes being sold "as-is" mean that the buyer is responsible for all repairs that need to be made. If you feel that something was grossly misrepresented to you, or hidden during negotiations, contact an attorney about your options.

What Others Say

Frequent Questions

We receive many questions about business and real estate law from our clients. These are a few that we hear the most frequently.

This is far from a comprehensive list. If you do not see your question listed here, contact us to schedule a free consultation. We’re always happy to go over the particulars of your case and see if there’s a way for us to help you.

What type of business entity should I form?

The answer to this will depend entirely on your goals for your company and the business you're in. Ask yourself these questions:

  • How many owners will there be?
  • Will you have employees?
  • How many employees will you have?
  • What is your primary business activity?
  • Will you have investors?
  • Are there owners who will not be active in management (silent partners)?

A good business attorney will be able to help you choose the right entity for your business.

Do I need legal advice just to form a business?

The short answer is yes. The long answer is, you won't actually know if you needed legal advice until a problem arises or a mistake made starts to affect your business model. Remember that it's almost always more expensive to fix a mistake than it is to prevent that mistake in the first place.

If I find something wrong with a home or property after I buy it, can I do anything about it?

In many contracts, the buyer will be offered a warranty policy by their real estate agency in case there are any losses incurred on your part. Find out if you were given a warranty. If not, it may be time to speak to a real estate law attorney.

With an "As-Is" home sale, who is responsible for major repairs?

Typically, homes being sold "as-is" mean that the buyer is responsible for all repairs that need to be made. If you feel that something was grossly misrepresented to you, or hidden during negotiations, contact an attorney about your options.

You’re not alone. Ready to talk?

Schedule a Consultation

(501) 428-0346

700 S German Ln Suite 101, Conway, AR 72034

info@thlaw.net

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