Bowen C. Houff

Bo has been with Blanco Tackabery since 1988. His practice is concentrated primarily in the areas of municipal law and business litigation, with an emphasis on creditors’ rights enforcement.

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Areas of Focus

  • Business litigation
  • Real Property and Title disputes
  • Creditors’ rights enforcement
  • Municipal Law

In addition to significant experience in business litigation, Bo practices in the areas of municipal law, zoning, and bankruptcy and advises a number of federal credit unions on regulatory matters. He advises local government Councils and Boards on municipal, zoning and planning issues. He represents a number of banks and credit unions, as well as a variety of businesses and individuals, in collections and related matters.

  

  • Regularly represents numerous Municipal Councils, Boards and Committees
  • Appearances on behalf of developers seeking rezoning of land, special and conditional use permits and favorable interpretations of zoning ordinances
  • Drafting of ordinance language and revisions for municipalities
  • Representation of clients before Boards of Adjustment
  • Regularly handles cases involving reformation of Deeds, Deeds of Trust and similar instruments for Banks, Title Insurance Companies and Individuals
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central and Western North Carolina, Board Chair (former)
  • Lewisville Civic Club, Member
  • President of Trustees of the Winston-Salem District of the United Methodist Church (former)
  • Recipient of Make-A-Wish Foundation Founder’s Award
  • Recipient of Lewisville Community Service Award
  • Recipient of Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church Laity Award