At the Law Office of Rosemary B. Jackson, clients are offered specialized services, including:
- Document Preparation and Legal Consultation to Real Estate Developers
- General Counsel to Property Owners and Condominium Associations
- Expert Witness in POA and Condominium Litigation
Attorney Jackson is board-certified in Property Owners Association Law and Residential Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and has more than three decades of legal experience in matters involving development of common interest communities and property owners and condominium associations.
Comprehensive Legal Support And Guidance
Ms. Jackson handles the legal matters of clients throughout the state. She is detail-oriented, communicative and responsive.
Having served as general counsel for hundreds of property owners and condominium associations in Texas, she knows community association law along with its nuances and breadth. She understands how to leverage the collective wisdom, skills and resources of an association’s board to develop timely solutions that are agreeable and effective.
Ms. Jackson keeps clients informed and is always on top of developments and changes in real estate and property owners association laws that can potentially affect clients. She offers professional services for real estate development, including the drafting of restrictive covenants and other governing documents for the creation of planned residential and commercial communities. She also establishes and offers guidance to property owners associations which administer these properties.
Contact The Law Office Of Rosemary B. Jackson
Call a trustworthy and uniquely talented real estate lawyer today at 713-808-9980.
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