Fort Worth, Texas Elder Law Lawyers
Attorney Tawana Gray spent years helping others with their legal issues in a nonprofit setting before establishing her own practice as an estate administration attorney. In the nonprofit arena, the sole focus is on the needs of the clients, instead of how much money they bring to the table.
Ms. Gray has carried that focus with her into private practice. She offers reasonable rates and payment plans. The needs of her clients...
James has been recognized by Fort Worth Magazine and 360 West Magazine...
She was admitted to practice law in Texas in May of 2014. Since passing the...
After graduation, she began working for Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans, practicing poverty law. While there, her practice areas included Consumer Bankruptcy, Consumer Protection, Housing Law, and the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. During...
Juris Doctor, Baylor University School of Law
Clerked with the Dallas Probate Court under the Honorable Judge Nikki DeShazo. Served as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) following children through the termination of their parents' rights.
Worked with Arlington elder law attorney Charles Kennedy on probate, guardianship, and bankruptcy matters. Worked as an Attorney Advisor to the U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Disaster Assistance, closing loans for homeowners and businesses in the wake of the Gulf Coast hurricanes.
Prior to law school, spent 5 years as a web and database programmer for companies including...
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