New Braunfels, Texas Probate Lawyers
Texas Probate Attorney
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For the past ten years, Ms. Brown has built a family law and personal injury practice that has helped hundreds of clients successfully resolve high-conflict disputes....
I handle a wide variety of cases, which include, but are not limited to, Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense and Wills and Probate.
Hiring an attorney can be stressful. It's important that you hire someone that you feel comfortable working with to guide you through your difficult circumstances. Whether you are considering bankruptcy, find yourself accused of a crime, or you...
I have a B.A. in History from UT Austin, a J.D. from the University of Houston and a Masters of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT Austin. I have...
Her current law practice is focused on helping people plan for their future and...
- American Jurisprudence Awards in Estate Planning, Evidence and Federal
Rules of Procedure.
- Serving as counsel for a major title company and Vice President of the San
Antonio Division of the title company.
- Being a Speaker regarding asset based financing at national seminars.
- On the Attorneys Counsel for the Independent Banker’s Association of
- Owning and managing a title company in Guadalupe...
I was in my first semester of law school at that time, and the probate process was so traumatizing to my family that I was sure the attorney had committed malpractice. As it turned out, he did exactly what most probate attorneys do. I knew then that I could do much better, and I've been doing it...
Building 6, Suite 100
Austin, TX 78749
University of Houston - Main Campus, South Texas College of Law and University of Houston - Main Campus
I have life experience to supplement my knowledge of the law. I am ready to assist you with estate planning, probate, financial analysis, wills, guardianship, divorce, and child custody.
In our family law practice, we primarily represent parents in suits affecting the parent child relationship, grandparents and foster parents. Further, we represent clients with significant property issues in their marriage and in the unfortunate event of a death in the family.
The Collaborative Process is a new way to settle your divorce case without going to court. It is totally private, you may schedule your meeting to fit your schedule, you and your spouse have total control of the matter, and the process allows the parents to salvage their parenting relationship and put the best interest of their children first.
In the decisive moments of your family law case James is ready to take your case as far as necessary in litigation to get what you really want.
Divorces and family law litigation can be emotionally stressful, financially taxing, and spiritually draining. You need a lawyer to be “in your corner.”
Whether your divorce is uncontested or you’re fighting over property, custody, or both, James Meyrat will aggressively...
J.D. cum laude, Boston University School of Law (1998)
San Antonio, TX 78216
St. Mary's University School of Law
Prior to her career as an attorney, Mrs. Hailey-Petty worked for the Governor of Texas. During her time at the Governor’s office, she served as the Investment Manager and Deputy Director of the 300-million-dollar Emerging Technology Fund.
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