Landowner Alert System 9-14-21

Posted by on Sep 16, 2021 in News & Events, Property Tax | No Comments

Fencing in Texas:

There are a lot of considerations landowners must take into account when building a fence, such as working with your neighbors, verifying property lines, posting no trespassing signage, and fencing in livestock based on your county’s requirement. On Thursday, September 23rd, I will be addressing some common fencing questions during a brief 15-minute webinar from 5:45-6:00 pm. Plus, stick around afterward for a presentation about the Wildlife Management tax valuation presented by our sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management. For questions or assistance registering, call (512) 894-5426 or email info@braungresham.com.

– Carly Barton, Attorney & Counselor


Webinar: Common Questions About Fencing

Join Attorney & Counselor, Carly Barton, for a 15-minute presentation addressing common fencing issues and questions. This presentation will be hosted from 5:45-6:00 pm on Thursday, September 23rd. Afterward, stay for a presentation about your property tax options, and learn about the Wildlife Management tax valuation requirements and activities… REGISTER TODAY

Blog: Common Fencing Mistakes in Texas

Depending on which county in Texas you reside, you could be required to fence-in your livestock or, if you want to keep your neighbor’s cows off your land, you might need to fence them out. Most counties in Texas are open range, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t need to build a fence. Disputes over fences are common in Texas. Here are a few common mistakes… LEARN MORE

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Wildlife Management:

You’re invited to a free Wildlife Management Webinar Series! Braun & Gresham’s sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, is hosting virtual webinars this fall for landowners who want to learn their property tax options. These webinars will benefit anyone who is currently in Ag or Timber, looking to explore different property tax solutions; or landowners currently in Wildlife Management that have questions about activities and their county requirements. For more information or questions, call (512) 894-3479 or email plateau@plateauwildlife.com.


Wildlife Management Webinar Series

Learn about your property tax options and how a Wildlife Management valuation, more commonly referred to as “Wildlife Exemption”, can simplify owning land in Texas. Virtual webinars will be hosted every Tuesday and Thursday starting September 21st through November 9th. Plus, join on select dates for “Early Bird Special” topics addressing unique issues and questions regarding land ownership… REGISTER TODAY

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Braun & Gresham offers the Landowner Alert System to help our clients and colleagues stay informed on issues affecting landowners and their land. This free e-mail service comes out once every two weeks and gives subscribers exclusive access to a range of information including announcements about important changes in the law, upcoming educational seminars, insightful blogs by our legal team, and other current articles related to Texas land and law. Anyone interested in land will benefit.

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