Mumford, Texas Real Estate Lawyers
Providing Quality Legal Advice in Civil and Commercial Matters The Law Office of Wayne T. Rife, P.C. focuses on a wide range of business, commercial, construction, real estate, and personal legal matters. In all practice areas, we offer both litigation services and alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration and mediation. Our goal is to provide the bottom-line results that you expect with personal attention to your needs. We would welcome the opportunity to serve you.
Hunter Shurtleff is a lawyer in Bryan / College Station, Texas who has been practicing in civil trial cases since his admission to the Texas Bar in 1995. His practice includes trial matters in the areas of personal injury, business law, construction law, contract law, oil & gas law, and real estate law. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University (1991) and obtained his law degree from South Texas College of Law (J.D. 1995) where he was recognized on the Dean's List and received the American Jurisprudence Award. Hunter has successfully prosecuted and defended cases in state and...
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Ross Russell is an attorney focusing on arbitration, mediation and providing other ADR services, as well as business law, real estate law, and estate planning. Ross is licensed in multiple jurisdictions and is able to assist in any situation a client might have. Give him a call!
Clerked for Texas Supreme Court Justice Steven Wayne Smith I litigate and appeal case, focusing on real estate and Constitutional law. Prominent cases included Emergency Responders for Equality v. Kerr over the City of Austin’s racially discriminatory affirmative action promotions in the Fire Department and Lone Star College System v. Immigration Reform Coalition of Texas, over illegal spending on scholarships for illegal aliens, Pangborn v. Burnet County over a bill of attainder limiting real estate development rights, Piatt v. City of Austin over racially discriminatory affirmative action in the Police Department, and Hendee v. Dewhurst over Texas constitutional...