About Braun & Gresham
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Braun & Gresham, PLLC provides expert legal counsel and practical advice for owners of rural property nationwide. We use traditional resources in innovative ways to help our clients protect and create new value in their land.
Each year at this time, the Internal Revenue Service publishes certain adjustments to the tax laws that are based upon inflation. The affected tax provisions include adjustments to income tax rates, personal exemption amounts, and the Alternative Minimum Tax exemption … Continue reading
WINNING WITH CONSENSUS, TRUST AND INTEGRITY When cattleman and fifth-generation Texas rancher, Whit Jones learned his family’s and many of his neighbors’ properties were in the proposed path of one of the largest transmission-line projects in the state, he wasted … Continue reading
Patrick Reznik to speak on Understanding the Condemnation Process at Keller Williams in Spring Branch, TX
Understanding the Condemnation Process Presented by Braun & Gresham Attorney, Patrick Reznik Sponsored by Broadway Bank Hosted by Keller Williams As Texas’s population continues to grow, so does the need for new infrastructure. To accommodate this growth, private companies and … Continue reading
Starting in February, the Texas Wildlife Association (TWA) Magazine began running a special, 6-part series every other month on conservation easements that was developed in collaboration with the Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT). August marks the 4th installment in this … Continue reading
Estate Planning in the Hill Country: What Every Landowner Needs to Know October 22nd, 2013 6-7pm Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St Kerrville, TX 78028 Riverside Nature Center and Broadway Bank invite you to attend a special evening with … Continue reading
Every year, Braun & Gresham hosts a meet-and-greet reception to introduce the community to Texas EcoLab, a unique program that allows landowners to transition their land to a Wildlife Management Tax Valuation (“Wildlife Exemption”) without first maintaining an Agricultural (Ag) or … Continue reading