In-House Counsel

Many companies need the assistance of attorneys with implementing more routine tasks such as: negotiating contracts; performing corporate due diligence; facilitating owners or management meetings; analyzing financing alternatives; or providing sound legal advice on various issues. Those same companies need assistance from one or two CPAs to provide advice on the tax and financial issues.  Our attorney provides the tax, legal and financial advice based on his years of experience and education.  During the course of our engagements, we often step past the line of an intermittent, project-based attorney into the role of in-house counsel. We cherish that role and are well-equipped to handle such role. In the event a question arises outside of our expertise, we have a large network of colleagues at the most reputable firms in Texas to contact. For example, in a recent transaction Ryan recommended to a client that they should hire a state and local tax attorney from another Dallas law firm. Ryan believed our client would benefit from having an attorney that specializes solely in state and local tax issues, and such attorney was hired for that issue. On another transaction, Ryan helped a company grow to over $100 million in value by helping with acquisitions ranging from $2 million to $10 million, but when the client was ready to sell for over $100 million and asked Ryan to do the transaction, based on ten years of handling those transactions at massive law firms, Ryan knew the army of CPAs and attorneys coming towards his client and all the various areas of law that would be addressed and advised and helped that client find a massive law firm to facilitate the transaction.