Prior to his retirement, Richard practiced law for more than 55 years with extensive experience assisting clients with a broad spectrum of business and financial matters, including the purchase and sale of various types of businesses, properties and equipment, including tax-free exchanges; preparation of all types of documentation for the operation, sale and financing of commercial, residential and ranch real properties and related rights (including water rights); representation of lessors and lessees of shopping centers, multi-family housing units, office buildings and ranches; commercial and residential construction projects; land planning, zoning, drainage, platting and other aspects of the development of real property.
Richard’s expertise included representation of real estate brokers, property managers and various types of lenders and borrowers in a wide array of sales, leasing and secured transactions, and in the creation of various legal entities such as corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, general partnerships and joint ventures.
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B.A., cum laude, Vanderbilt University
LL.B., University of Texas at Austin
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