Valerie Van Courtlandt
Commercial Real Estate
Business and Corporate
Probate and Estate Planning
210.228.3634 (o) direct
210.225.1655 (o) main
PRACTICE AREAS & EXPERTISE
Valerie Van Courtlandt's practice is focused on commercial real estate transactions and business formation. She represents various corporations, real estate developers and individuals in all areas of commercial development, including the acquisition and sale of real property, the negotiation and preparation of complex easement and restriction agreements, retail and office leasing, the creation of commercial condominiums, construction agreements, formation of entities, such as limited liability companies and limited partnerships, as well as various other business transactions.
Valerie Van Courtlandt has a substantial practice in the area of estate planning. Ms. Van Courtlandt prepares a wide range of wills, from simple wills to more complex estate planning documents such as testamentary trusts and family limited partnerships. Ms. Van Courtlandt also prepares other estate planning documents, including powers of attorney, designations of guardian, and directives to physicians.
The University of Texas at Austin (B.A.in Economics)
St. Mary's University School of Law (Summa Cum Laude J.D.)
PROFESSIONAL & CIVIC AFFILIATIONS
Member, State Bar of Texas (Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section)
Member, San Antonio Bar Association (Real Estate and Construction Law Sections)
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