Benjamin E. Grant

Partner

OVERVIEW
PRACTICE AREAS

Benjamin E. Grant

Benjamin E. Grant’s practice consists mainly of his work as a transactional lawyer.  His primary areas of practice include: real property, business entities, banking, energy and public utility law, and representing various companies, real estate investors, banks, telecommunication companies and electric transmission companies. 

In connection with such representation, Mr. Grant provides his clients with services ranging from business formation – including developing incorporation documents, bylaws and company agreements, employment policies, and shareholder agreements – to corporate reorganization, redemption, and transfer matters, as well as services related to real property acquisition and financing transactions and landlord/tenant issues such as: development of leases, eviction proceedings, and asset protection. 

Mr. Grant also has experience representing lenders in commercial loan document preparation, including loan modifications and forbearance agreements, and representing telecommunications companies in the negotiation of ground leases and tower leases.

In connection with his representation of public utility companies, Mr. Grant has assisted clients in the sale and transfer of electric transmission infrastructure as well as the assignment and licensure of appurtenant real property interests and the acquisition of necessary easement, fee, and other real property interests through negotiation and, when necessary, eminent domain proceedings.

Mr. Grant also assists clients in estate planning matters, including drafting wills, trust documents, antenuptial and postnuptial agreements, power of attorney documents, and directives, with the goal of preparing these clients for the future to ensure that their wishes are accurately carried out and their assets are protected.

A graduate of Abilene Christian University, Mr. Grant currently enjoys serving on the Board of Directors for Abilene Hope Haven, and was designated as one of Abilene’s “2016 Top 20 Under 40” by the Abilene Reporter News, USA Today Network.

  • Energy/Public Utility
  • Real Estate
  • Business Associations Law
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Health Law