Areas of Practice

Estate Planning/Probate

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Establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Being prepared and controlling how and to whom your estate is given when you pass away or become incapacitated is necessary to ensure your wishes are carried out the way you want. When a loved one passes away, their estate goes through a court mandated process called Probate.

Criminal

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In Texas, criminal offenses are divided between felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies have penalties that range from 180 days in state jail (for a state jail felony) up to the death penalty (for a capital felony). These ranges are in addition to a fine up to $10,000 per offense. Misdemeanor offenses may carry a punishment of up to one year in county jail, require the defendant to pay a fine of up to $4,000, or acombination of both. 

Personal Injury

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If you have been injured in any type of accident, dealing with the repercussions can be difficult. We're here to help you along the way and ensure you receive a fair settlement to compensate you for your injuries and lost wages.

Family Law

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Family law matters such as divorce and custody battles can change the existing dynamics in your family and leave you undoubtedly worried about your family's future and well-being. Our firm is here to help and protect you and your family so that you don't have to face these things alone.

Business and Contracts

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 When it comes to your business, specifics are important. Contracts are the foundation of your business, and just like your business they need to be crafted in a way that protects you and your company's interests.  That's why our firm will work with you to create a business plan that's tailored just for your business and it's financial goals. 

Real Estate

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Real estate disputes can quickly lead to complex legal issues. If you are facing real estate litigation or a property dispute our firm can help. Whether you have reached an impasse while developing a residential or commercial property, a neighbor is encroaching on your land, or you have been accused of wrongdoing during a real estate transaction.