Best of luck to you,
B&B Realty Group - Keller Williams Elite Dallas, TX
Once you make the offer, it is perhaps too late.
In Texas lawyers and brokers have agreed to a set of forms that are standard for many if not most transactions. As long as these forms are used and the answers to the blanks are fairly simple, most realtors should be able to fill out the offers and contracts.
If it gets more complicated than that you perhaps want to hire an attorney. I would only use a board certified real estate attorney. Also if you have questions about consequences, such as what happens if the seller signs, but won't close, or how do I get earnest money back after the option period is over, or questions about your title insurance, survey encroachments or such more complicated matters, then you may want to get an attorney involved.
This is not to say you should get an attorney, but in 100s of deals I have rarely had anyone find or hire an attorney to review their offer or contract on a small, uncomplicated, residential transaction.
Licensed Associate Broker
Accredited Buyer Representative
William Raveis Legends Realty Group
If it's a standard Offer to Purhase and Contract it's been reviewed by the state Bar Association and Real Estate Commission and you'd be wasting your money in my opinion. Your Realtor can and should have already reviewed it with you and answered any questions you might have.