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Is This Lease Really HBP? – Permian Association of Lease and Title Analysts & Permian Basin Association of Division Order Analysts
Roger D. Scales will present, “Is This Lease Really HBP?” to the Permian Association of Lease and Title Analysts (PALTA) and Permian Basin Association of Division Order Analysts (PBADOA).
Coats Rose Affordable Housing and Community Development Attorneys Speaking at 2021 Texas Housing Conference
Austin – July 19, 2021 – Coats Rose attorneys Barry J. Palmer, Megan C. Riess, and Scott A. Marks are speaking this week at the 2021 Texas Housing Conference produced by the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP) in Austin Texas.
TaxesBy: Sol S. Reifer
Most assets are relatively straightforward to deal with when creating your estate plan. Real property can be deeded to a trust; bank and investment accounts can have the title changed or transfer on death designations made out to the trust; business interests can be assigned to the trust.
By: Sol S. Reifer
Cryptocurrencies have a more prominent role in estate planning than they did a decade ago. Since Bitcoin was introduced 12 years ago, cryptocurrencies have steadily grown in acceptance. A recent online survey showed that 10% of people in the United States now own some form of cryptocurrency.
Scott A. Marks will be a panelist, discussing “Exit Strategies – Tax Analysis, ROFR, Re-syndications & the Buyer Network,” at the 2021 Texas Housing Conference, produced by Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP).
Megan C. Riess will be a panelist, discussing “Future Markets: Opportunity Zones, Guidelines and Resolutions,” at the 2021 Texas Housing Conference produced by Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP).
Barry J. Palmer will moderate a panel, “Tax Exempt Bonds: Boot Camp,” at the 2021 Texas Housing Conference, produced by Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP).
Lane Johnson is an associate in the Firm’s Affordable Housing and Community development practice group. Lane also has experience in environmental and energy litigation. Prior to joining Coats Rose, she represented the Sierra Club in Washington, D.C., as outside counsel in administrative and judicial proceedings, including settlement negotiations, primarily in the Southeast.
Coats Rose Represents Owner/Developer in the Creation of a Municipal Utility District in Hunt County, Texas
HOUSTON – June 17, 2021 – Coats Rose attorney Tim Green completed the creation of a municipal utility district encompassing 144.5 acres located in Hunt County, Texas and the extraterritorial jurisdiction of Royse City. Creation was accomplished through the procedures outlined in the Texas Water Code allowing for creation without city consent.
Coats Rose Represents Residential Developer in a $6.5 Million Special Assessment Revenue Bond Issue in Red Oak, Texas
HOUSTON – June 16, 2021 – Coats Rose attorney Tim Green represented the developer in a $6,500,000 Special Assessment Revenue Bond Issue (PID Assessment) to provide construction funding for a 322-lot single-family residential development in Red Oak, Texas.
HOUSTON – June 15, 2021 – Coats Rose, P.C. announces the addition of four attorneys to the firm’s Houston and Dallas offices. Hicham Chiali joins the public finance practice in the Houston office, and Victor Cristales joins the public finance practice in the firm’s Dallas office.
Coats Rose Government Relations Attorneys Continue Successful Record in 87th Texas Legislative Session
Hicham is an Associate in the Public Finance practice group in the Firm’s Houston office. He represents clients in real estate development, municipal utilities and other special purpose districts, and land use. He focuses his practice primarily on public finance and real estate law, including the creation and administration of special purpose districts throughout Texas, particularly in the greater Houston area.
Coats Rose Represents Residential Developer in the Creation of a Public Improvement District in Baytown, Texas
HOUSTON – May 28, 2021 – Coats Rose attorney Tim Green represented the developer in the creation of a 140.5-acre public improvement district (“PID”) in Baytown, Texas. The PID was created for the purpose of funding certain public infrastructure to serve an approximately 140.5 acre-lot mixed-use development.
Kevin is Of Counsel in the Real Estate practice group in the Firm’s Houston office. He represents clients in the acquisition, sale, development, financing and leasing of unimproved and improved real property. His clients range from those in the special purpose district, real estate developer, retail, and other commercial real estate industries.
Three Coats Rose Lawyers and Louisiana Banking and Finance Practice Recognized in the 2021 Chambers USA Legal Guide by Chambers & Partners
HOUSTON – May 21, 2021 – Coats Rose, P.C. is pleased to announce that three lawyers and our Louisiana Banking and Finance Practice have been recognized in the 2021 edition of the Chambers USA Legal Guide.
Victor is an associate in the Public Finance practice in the firm’s Dallas office. He focuses his practice primarily on Public Finance and Real Estate law, including the creation and administration of special purpose districts throughout Texas, particularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
HOUSTON – April 1, 2021 – Coats Rose, P.C., a transactional and litigation law firm focused on development, announces the promotion of Samuel Johnson to Of Counsel. Johnson is in the firm’s Public Finance practice, one of the largest legal practices in Texas focused on the creation and representation of special districts used for the financing, construction and operation of public infrastructure to serve land development projects.
By: Sol S. Reifer
There may be only a brief window to take advantage of expiring traditional planning tools. President Joe Biden used the budget reconciliation process to push through his recent COVID-19 relief package, a powerful avenue that’s only available once a year.
By: Sol S. Reifer
Some of the traditional estate planning tools, such as your Durable General Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, and Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates will need to be updated to handle the challenges presented by COVID-19.
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