Duncanville, Texas Elder Lawyers
Brandy Austin is a founding member of the firm. Her practice specializes in personal injury, family law, small business litigation, and wills and probate. Brandy attended East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C. for her undergraduate degree. She majored in both English and Political Science. She went on to attend Baylor Law School and successfully completed Baylor's prestigious Practice Court program. She was part of Baylor's National Client Counseling Team and participated in their Moot Court Competition. Brandy went on to defend clients sued for medical malpractice, products liability, and personal injury. She has represented numerous clients at depositions,...
Cynthia Williams has been practicing law in Tarrant County since 2000. She opened her private practice in Bedford, Texas in 2003. She worked as a Big-8 Tax CPA for approximately 10 years before becoming an attorney. She has been a Board Certified Tax Attorney since 2005.
Chris Parvin is an Estates and Business attorney at the Dallas, Texas law firm of Emmert & Parvin, L.L.P., where he serves as the Managing Partner. Mr. Parvin is Board Certified in Estate Planning & Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law. He serves clients in estate planning and probate matters throughout Texas and may be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Mr. Parvin, see his website at www.parvinlaw.com.
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Sean Pevsner established this law firm with his best friend, Mark Whitburn. They have been best friends since 1986. Mr. Whitburn assisted Mr. Pevsner throughout these years. This firm is one among many goals which they have accomplished together. For more on their story, please visit our news page. Mr. Pevsner is a University of Texas Law graduate with severe cerebral palsy who operates a motorized wheelchair by the use of head movements. Due to his quadriplegia, he cannot write but must rely on an interpreter or a specialized computer to do...