Texas Cooperative Organizations & Credit Unions
Clients rely on attorney guidance for the nuts and bolts: membership, governance, capital contributions, and legal and financial compliance.
Cooperative principles include open membership, democratic control, economic participation, autonomy, independence, education and training, cooperation among coops, and concern for community.
Contact us to assist with your new or existing cooperative organization.
- Cooperative Statutes
- Worker Cooperatives
- Democratic Workplaces
- Credit Unions
- Consumer Cooperatives
- Housing Cooperatives
- Farming Cooperatives
- Producer Cooperatives
- Formation Issues & Tax Aspects
- Fiduciary Duties
- Boards of Directors
- Member Capital Contributions
- Policy Governance / Holocracy