The Estate Planning Team is Growing:
In uncertain times, we help landowners care for their land and loved ones.
Corina “Cory” Rodriguez has joined the estate planning team. Her passion for working with Texas landowners stems from her family’s ranching heritage, and degree in Ag Economics from Texas A&M and law degree from UT Austin.
Cory is the ideal attorney for young families who are crafting their first estate plan, landowners considering ownership structures to limit liability, and conservation-minded clients wanting to preserve land for future generations.
Please contact estate planning paralegal, Darcy Collins, at (512) 894-5426 or [email protected] to schedule a consultation. Or, consider giving this contact information to a loved one who may need assistance.
Improvements to SH 46 in Comal & Guadalupe Counties:
The Condemnation Team at Braun & Gresham is closely monitoring this project and will be providing updates as we learn more. If you are an impacted landowner, please contact Attorney Patrick L. Reznik by emailing [email protected] or calling (512) 894-5426.
TxDOT Project Page: SH 46 from I-35 to I-10
The Texas Department of Transportation San Antonio District is proposing to improve SH 46 from I-35 to I-10 and I-35 from South Walnut Avenue to FM 306 in Comal and Guadalupe counties, Texas. TxDOT has been working collaboratively with Comal County, the City of New Braunfels, Guadalupe County and the City of Seguin to help identify corridor issues and concerns…
TxDOT showcases future plans for State Hwy 46 in New Braunfels, Seguin
According to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), the last day without fatalities on Texas roadways was Nov. 7, 2000. It is because of problems such as the rise in fatalities due to crashes, new residential and commercial developments, plus increasing traffic and congestion near 1-35 during active hours — all problems TxDOT hopes to manage…
Women’s Ranch Seminar Hosted by Hill Country CattleWomen:
Registration is now open for the 2023 Women’s Ranch Seminar hosted by the Hill Country CattleWomen.
“This is an informative day for all women who manage ranches, have just inherited a ranch, or are just interested in what it might take to become a rancher in the future,” shared Teri Stone, President of the HCCW. “All women are welcome to come and learn about the industry and to meet fellow women ranchers.”
*Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. To learn more and register, please follow the link below or email [email protected].
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