Office of Henry D. Lewis, Fee Attorney

15851 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 180

Addison, TX 75001

Main: 214-720-4440
Fax: 214-720-4446














At Reliant Title our commitment to excellence shows throughout the entire transaction from order entry to policy issuance. We strive to make the closing experience as convenient and easy as possible by providing personalized closings at the convenience of the customer. Our mobile escrow platform allows us to conduct closings at any location, any day, any time.

Providing professional and exemplary service to everyone we do business with is of utmost importance to us. We pride ourselves in creating and keeping an open line of communication with our customers. Attorney Henry Lewis is on site daily and our Escrow Officers are available at all times to insure no questions go unanswered.

We provide Title Insurance Policies for both Residential and Commercial transactions which protect our customers from financial loss and hardship related to title issues. Our policies are underwritten by three of the largest title insurance underwriters in the U.S.; First American Title Insurance Co., Stewart Title Co., and Alliant National Title Co.








Frequently Asked Questions:


Why Title Insurance?
When you purchase your home, how can you be sure that there are no problems with the home's title and that the seller really owns the property? Problems with the title can limit your use and enjoyment of the property, as well as bring financial loss. That is what title insurance is for. Title insurance is there to eliminate any risks, making it very different from regular insurance policies that assume risks. 

Do I Need Title Insurance?
Yes. Title insurance is a means of protecting yourself from financial loss in the event that problems develop regarding the rights to ownership of your property. Hidden title defects may not be found even with a thorough title search. Title insurance also pays for the cost of defending against any covered claim


What are Homestead Rights?
Homestead Rights are not the same as owning a property. When an individual buys a property, then marries, their spouse is not entitled to that property, but he must sign the Homestead Right document. 
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