Areas of Practice
Before and after the passing of an individual, decisions need to be made in regards to the disposition of assets. In this area of practice, the desires of the individual are closely assessed and accomplished with wills, trusts, and transfers during life.
Civil litigation is the process of presenting a lawsuit to a trial court to enforce a claim or bring a solution to a dispute. This process is critical when it comes to any unsolved disputes.
When it comes to municipal law, there are many aspects involved. This could include drafting legislation, land development applications, real estate matters, housing regulations, contacts, and labor matters. Call the experts at our law firm to start the process on these matters today!
The purpose of criminal law is to identify activity that violates society's rules. Whenever a crime is committed, not matter the size, an experience attorney is needed to find the best outcome possible. Do not fight this alone, call us today!
Real estate includes not only the land, but the building that stand on it. This also includes anything attached to the land that cannot be removed without damage (such as a home fixture like cabinets, or a home extension like a garage.) This area of law is much, much different from personal property law, so it is very important that you call an attorney that can guide you through each and every step of the process.
In Texas, multiple business entities are available. After finding the appropriate form, this process includes the formation process needed for each entity. This includes the limited liability company, corporations, partnerships, and more.
Sometimes called "Domestic Relations", Family Law is a very special legal field. These issues include divorce, adoption, separation, marriage, paternity, custody, child support, property, and much more.
This area of practice applies to all non-bankruptcy aspects of the credit/debit relationship.