Mission

Law Firm Attorney / Lawyers located in Frisco Texas serving Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Dallas, Denton, Lewisville, Little Elm and all surround cities in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.

The Law Office of Robert Newton, P.C. is a law firm based in Frisco, Texas, that offers a broad array of legal services at an affordable cost. Some matters handled by the firm include business law, business litigation, real estate law, foreclosures, landlord/tenant disputes estate planning, probate, and for sale by owner transactions. The attorneys at the firm will clearly identify your goals, provide an honest assessment, and outline a roadmap on how to achieve the desired outcome.

We hold our client relationships in the highest regard and maintain flexibility in our billing practices to accommodate their needs. We find the ultimate source of future business is through our current clients and we strive to ensure their satisfaction.

We invite you to contact our firm for a free consultation.

 

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Latest Blog Posts

  • My Contractor Didnt Pay the Subcontractor!

    General contractors often use the money from the current job to pay for the last job. And, the current jobs completion is often tied to the contractors ability to get a future job. If the contractor has a slow month, then it is possible that subcontractors may try to enforce mechanics and materialman liens against […]
  • Estate Planning for Blended Families

    Blended families are a common occurrence in Frisco, Texas. However, meeting a spouse of a blended family that has their estate planning complete is rather rare. That is a problem because when a spouse dies without a will, and s/he has children from a prior relationship, the laws of the State of Texas are rather […]
  • Brokerless Real Estate Transactions

    Brokerless real estate transactions (BRETs) are becoming more common in the residential real estate market, as well as, the commercial markets. What generally started as a means by which sellers could save on real estate commissions, has grown to include buyers streamlining the buying process and splitting the commission savings with the seller. In addition, […]
  • Transfer on Death Deeds

    In 2015, the Texas Legislature created a vital new estate planning tool, namely, the Transfer on Death Deed. The Transfer on Death Deed will serve an important role in future estate planning needs by lessening, and sometimes removing, the burden of probate. The Transfer on Death Deed is similar to an Enhanced Life Estate Deed, […]
  • Security Deposits, Normal Wear and Tear, and Deductions

    As a real estate attorney, I often get calls from landlords and tenants about security deposits on move-out. From what I can tell, it is the most disputed aspect of any lease. The following is a typical story. The tenant resides in the premises for a year or two. Upon move-out, the tenant broom-cleans the […]
  • Remington Series 700 Recall

    I’m going to go a little off my normal topic with this post. Many of my clients and friends are hunters, and there is an important safety recall and voluntary replacement to be made on the Remington 700 series rifles. The guns seem to be capable of firing without pulling the trigger (like closing the […]
  • Frisco, Texas November 4, 2014 General Election Results

    The General Election for the year 2014 is now over. The votes have been counted. Out of 489,032 registered voters in Collin County, 177,821 ballots were submitted, which is a turnout of 36.36%. Out of 409,334 registered voters in Denton County, 144,732 ballots were submitted, which is a turnout of 35.36%. One of the crazier results took place […]
  • Frisco Elections-November 4, 2014

    It’s that time of year again, Frisco residents. To prepare for tomorrow’s election, I have provided most of the races on which Frisco residents will vote tomorrow. We have a couple of familiar names. George P. Bush is running for Commissioner of the General Land Office. Quanah Parker is running for Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place […]