Bailey Law Firm

Bailey Law Firm PLLC

We provide a high quality, creative and result-oriented legal team to individuals and businesses. We serve as a primary resource and partner in all aspects of our clients’ business foundation, growth and development.

More than just lawyers, we are trusted advisors.

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Who We Are

What We Do

We are an award winning transactional boutique firm located in The Woodlands and Houston, Texas with clients around the world. Our energetic team offers a refreshing approach to legal issues and the ability to assess challenges from different viewpoints to successfully calculate tailored solutions.

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Bailey Law Firm offers clients a unique combination of high quality legal services in multiple areas of transactional law including:

  • Corporate Law
  • Real Estate Development
  • Cannabis-Hemp Law & Compliance
  • Banking & Finance
  • Contracts & Agreements
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Real Estate Finance

Trusted Advisors

Our practice is vast, fast-paced, and backed by experience. We have adopted a proactive approach to handling our clients’ affairs and providing seamless legal support.

Our attorneys possess the required knowledge of all practice areas relevant to handling your projects, from business and transactional to compliance aspects, and our team-based approach allows us to provide comprehensive services and advice tailor-made to accomplish your goals.

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Houston: An Ideal International Investment Destination

The Houston area is an ideal location for international investments. Already hosting a booming economy and a huge, well-educated population, things are only looking up in the future. Both now and moving forward, Houston continues to be the perfect place to form and expand your international business. Access to Markets Houston has close connections to… Read More

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A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) can be a great way to assist in protecting your business’s valuable confidential information, trade secrets, and intellectual property. A poorly drafted NDA can fail to do what is intended, and could become ineffective if not completely unenforceable. There is no one-size-fits-all NDA, but the following clauses will help to ensure… Read More

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At first glance, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements may seem to differ in nothing more than their timing: a prenuptial agreement (also known as a “premarital property agreement” or “prenup”) is negotiated and signed prior to marriage; a postnuptial agreement (also known as a “marital property agreement,” “partition agreement,” or “postnup”) is negotiated and signed after… Read More

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