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Fighting for Your Rights

FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS

At Jarrett Law, whether you are starting, merging, or selling a business, we are here to give solutions for your business legal issues. Creating operating agreements/bylaws, filing the appropriate formation documents with the state, determining your best type of business structure and helping keep your contracts tight are what we do.

We listen to the issues before recommending possible solutions. Our intense legal research ensures that you do not throw money at a problem that can be solved in other ways. No matter the type of business you are in or what stage of development you are at, we have the expertise you need to move your business forward.

 

commercial litigation

As a business, you don’t want to fight an expensive court battle, but sometimes it is necessary to fight back. Our experience in business law and corporate litigation at Jarrett Law brings you the expertise you need to win against the threats to your bottom line.

A courtroom battle is only needed when there is no potential agreement that both sides can live with. We help you see clearly the merits and potential pitfalls of your case so that you can make an informed decision about litigious measures.

Many times, we can successfully negotiate a settlement before you ever need to step foot in a courtroom. We take the time and put in the work to resolve your issues to the extent the law allows.

Commercial Obligation
Commercial Obligation

commercial litigation

As a business, you don’t want to fight an expensive court battle, but sometimes it is necessary to fight back. Our experience in business law and corporate litigation at Jarrett Law brings you the expertise you need to win against the threats to your bottom line.

A courtroom battle is only needed when there is no potential agreement that both sides can live with. We help you see clearly the merits and potential pitfalls of your case so that you can make an informed decision about litigious measures.

Many times, we can successfully negotiate a settlement before you ever need to step foot in a courtroom. We take the time and put in the work to resolve your issues to the extent the law allows.

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justice you deserve

Get The justice YOU DESERVE

Whether you are facing a corporate drama with multiple players or a small dispute between yourself and a business partner, we have the knowledge to support you in these areas and more:

 

  • Breach of Contract
  • Business Torts
  • Investor or Start-up Disputes

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How to Evict Someone in Houston

How to Evict Someone in Houston

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Understanding the Texas Eviction Notice Form: A Landlord’s Guide

Understanding the Texas Eviction Notice Form: A Landlord’s Guide

Whether you’re new or experienced, the eviction process can be challenging and legally intricate. The first step is understanding the legal requirements. Texas law mandates specific protocols for eviction notices, which vary depending on the type of lease violation, such as non-payment of rent or other breaches. Picture a scenario where a tenant has fallen behind on rent. You need to follow a structured process to issue an eviction notice legally. This guide will simplify the Texas eviction notice form, explaining when and how to use it, common mistakes to avoid, and best practices to ensure compliance with Texas law. We’ll walk you through drafting and delivering the notice correctly. Different types of eviction notices, including the 3-day and 30-day notices, have specific requirements, and we’ll clarify these for you. By the end of this guide, you’ll have a clear understanding of how to use the Texas eviction notice form effectively, ensuring you can handle eviction processes confidently and within the law.

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How Does Eviction Court Work In Texas?

How Does Eviction Court Work In Texas?

Navigating eviction court in Texas can be a challenging process for landlords, but understanding the steps involved can help you manage it effectively. Whether you’re dealing with a tenant who has failed to pay rent or violated the lease agreement, here’s a comprehensive guide to help you through the eviction process.

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