Attorney Lee Stringham

Lee Stringham

CEO & Founder

2225 E. Randol Mill Rd., Ste. 405, Arlington, TX 76111

(817) 803-3700

(817) 803-3708



Lee is a seasoned commercial transactions attorney who is licensed to practice law in Texas, New Mexico and Washington. He has fifteen years of experience in commercial real estate, construction and finance, and during that time has worked with business owners, land developers, asset managers, commercial brokers, general contractors, subcontractors, banks and more.

His commercial transactions practice includes the provision of sophisticated, yet practical, advice for all manner of commercial contracts. He has a wide range of experience in negotiating various purchase and sale, lease, and joint venture, agreements in addition to other traditional commercial contracts in a variety of industries.

Lee's commercial real estate experience includes the following:

  • Conducting pre-acquisition due diligence
  • Procuring government entitlements and permits and drafting Home Owner’s Association (HOA) documents
  • Developing land use, utility infrastructure, and building concepts, including the coordination of design and budget for a 52,000 SF multi-tenant industrial facility
  • Drafting project offering memoranda
  • Negotiating, reviewing, and documenting project financing packages, including commercial loan agreements for senior debt and mezzanine financing
  • Forming entities for holding, managing and operating complex real estate investments, with single or multiple shareholders
  • Negotiating and documenting purchase and sale and lease agreements
  • Preparing construction bid packages, reviewing estimates, and negotiating construction contracts

He has been involved in projects including large-parcel, mixed-use, greenfield development; small-parcel commercial / healthcare / retail / light industrial site construction; single family housing platting and construction; and multi-unit apartment complex due diligence and financing. Lee has represented clients in front of building departments, city councils, county commissions and state and federal courts, in various matters including subdivisions; building code variances; contract disagreements; quiet title suits; mechanic’s lien filings and disputes; and evictions.