Who We Help

We provide transactional legal services with a focus on rural community development to help Northeast Texas stakeholders raise more and better capital, build resilient operations, and achieve their potential.

Small & Midsize Businesses

Whether you’re just starting out or running a growing enterprise, we provide innovative legal strategies to help you raise the debt and equity capital you need in a cost-effective way—as well as end-to-end business legal services to streamline the rest of your operations.
  • Debt Financing
  • Equity Financing
  • Tax Credits & Incentives
  • Trademark & Copyright
  • Companies & Partnerships
  • Data Privacy
    & Security
  • Real Estate
  • Employment

Real Estate

We help small- & medium-scale developers improve the “return on brain damage” for each project (particularly infill, rehab, or mixed-use) with cost-effective legal guidance on navigating local regulations, raising debt or equity, and securing tax credits—as well as typical acquisition, leasing, construction, and disposition representation.
  • Acquisitions
  • Dispositions
  • Equity Financing
  • Debt Financing
  • Tax Credits & Incentives
  • Leasing & Management
  • Construction
  • Land Use & Zoning


We help municipal leaders develop and implement a legal strategy to advance community development—particularly with a Strong Towns approach. We integrate expertise across practice areas to evaluate and reform regulatory codes; structure public-led community investment funds; implement asset-based development programs; negotiate incentive transactions; and execute bond and revenue measures.
  • Public Finance
  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Building & Safety
  • Procurement
  • Business Regulation
  • Economic Development
  • Real Estate & Construction


We provide compliance and transactional counsel to guide community banks through all aspects of raising and deploying capital for community development. We integrate expertise across practice areas to help clients raise local and mission-driven capital; partner with CDFIs to provide government-subsidized financing; and otherwise expand their lending, capital leasing, brokerage, or investment activities in support of community development.
  • Direct Equity Investment
  • Brokerage Activities
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Commercial Lending
  • Securities Offerings
  • Capital Leasing

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