Relocating to a new area can be exciting and challenging!
The Woodlands Texas is growing fast. Exxon Mobil is expanding in the area, with a 365-acre campus currently under construction. This expansion will bring Exxon Mobil employees to the area and will also bring other business, and opportunities to the area, including new small businesses of all types. Here is an interesting piece in this Houston Chronicle Blog about the expansion. And for a perspective on how the Exxon Mobil expansion is affecting The Woodlands, check out this article on Woodlandsonline. And here is an interesting article on “The Exxon Mobil Effect” by Houston Chronicle writer Nancy Sarnoff.
The Woodlands is full of business and investment opportunities and is a great place to raise a family. For more demographics, statistics and information about The Woodlands, check out the “Visitors Guide” at woodlandsonline, and alsowww.thewoodlands.com.
If you are relocating, we can help you by drafting and negotiating leases, contracts for purchase of property, and employment contracts. We can help you draft or update your Last Will and Testament (especially important if you are coming here from out of state). If you or your spouse are looking to open a new business, we can assist you with the legal aspects of new business start-up in Montgomery County, Texas and surrounding areas.
Our family law attorneys are ready to assist our new neighbors with family law cases including adoptions, modification of visitation and child support cases, and other family law situations.
We at Kalish Law Office have a long history in this geographical area, and have developed excellent working relationships with a variety of other professionals in complimentary areas of expertise, such as Realtors, bankers, mortgage brokers, CPAs, insurance agents, commercial property owners and others. Even if you are just considering relocation, we can give you guidance from the outset and help you make a long-range plan and help you put together a “relocation plan”.
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