8207 Callaghan Road, Suite 100, San Antonio, Texas  78230  (210) 308-9829

Law Offices of Benjamin F. Youngblood III, P.C.

The firm is dedicated to serving the interests of business and corporate clients in the areas of business law, business formation, bankruptcy rights and remedies, as well as assisting its individual clientele in their estate planning and probate needs.  The firm is able to serve in both a transactional and litigation manner, and is well accustomed to appearing in the local state and federal courts.

Firm clients involved in both small and large business enterprises have been served in many areas of business transactions, such as negotiation of loans and other credit vehicles of every description; formation of business entities (limited liability corporations, limited liability partnerships, non-profit corporations, etc.); negotiating and drafting documentation for acquisition and divestiture of ongoing businesses (both asset and stock purchases); drafting of SEC prospectuses; analysis of securities laws/safe harbor statutes; drafting and negotiation of drilling contracts, pipeline agreements, salt water disposal agreements and leases, and other oil and gas matters; drafting of title opinions, and a variety of title curative documents; and the drafting of commercial real estate earnest money contracts, building contracts, commercial leases, and farm and ranch agreements. 

Business litigation is sometimes unavoidable, and the firm has consistently provided its clientele with courtroom representation.  Matters have included foreclosure proceedings as well as proceedings to resist foreclosure; challenging of eminent domain valuation in a multi-million dollar condemnation proceeding as well as trying to verdict other commercial controversies; and appealing various trial court decisions to various courts of review.  Adversarial representation has also involved advocating before various boards and commissions on behalf of the client, such as the San Antonio City Council; the Zoning Commission; the Board of Adjustment; and the Code Compliance Section of the Municipal Court.  The filing of reorganizational bankruptcy on behalf of clients as well as representation of creditors in various bankruptcy proceedings is a provided service of the firm. 

See,      

SVM v. Mex. Importers, 685 S.W.2d 424

Zarges v. Bevan, 645 S.W.2d 589

Flag Redfern v. Humble Exploration, 744 S.W.2d 66

In Re Hosek, 124 BRD 239

 

Transactional

Litigation

Practice Areas