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Victory for Our Client: Texas Supreme Court Expunges Lis Pendens and Denies Writ of Mandamus

We are thrilled to announce that the Texas Supreme Court has denied a writ of mandamus filed against our client, upholding our victory before the trial court and protecting our client from a wrongfully filed lis pendens on his home.

A lis pendens is a legal notice filed with the county clerk’s office that alerts potential buyers or lenders of pending litigation involving a property.

Our legal team filed a motion to expunge the lis pendens on behalf of our client, arguing that the lis pendens was improper and causing undue harm to our client. The trial court granted our motion to expunge, but the opposing party filed a writ of mandamus to overturn the lower court’s decision.

After full briefing on the merits, the Texas Supreme Court upheld the lower court’s decision to expunge the lis pendens. The court’s decision removes the burden of the lis pendens from our client and allows him to move forward with his home free from the cloud of litigation.

This victory highlights our legal team’s exceptional skills and deep understanding of Texas law. Our team’s focus on the law, attention to detail, and thorough research allowed us to successfully argue our client’s case before the Texas Supreme Court.

We are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation and achieving the best possible outcome in every case. Our team’s success in this case is a testament to our dedication and hard work.

If you have a legal issue that requires the expertise of experienced business and real estate lawyers, we invite you to contact our team to discuss your legal needs.

We look forward to serving you in the future.