Caldwell County, Texas Lawyers
I practice criminal law with my husband, Richard Banks. We live in Lockhart and accept criminal cases in Caldwell County only. We both have 40 plus years experience. I was a Federal Prosecutor in Houston and also a Judge for ten years in Austin. We can be reached 24/7 at 512 557 9539 or 512 557 9025. We fight for our clients!
Attorney James S. Bettersworth was raised in Texas. He received his undergraduate degree from Texas Lutheran University. He later went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s Law School in 1997, a feat he was able to accomplish in just two-and-a-half years. Upon graduating from St. Mary’s, he became licensed on June 4th, 1998. Since then, he has successfully represented clients in legal matters that pertain to a very wide range of laws. In addition to being licensed to practice in the state of Texas, Mr. Bettersworth is also licensed to practice in the Federal Courts of...
(830) 606-0404 110 West Faust Street
New Braunfels, TX 78130
New Braunfels, TX 78130
My practice focuses on partnering with my client to resolve their problems and offering proactive, aggressive solutions in their time of need. I have had problem inheritances within my own family. Time is not your friend when dealing with an inhertance problem. Are you waiting on someone else to act? Call 512-847-7809 today for a free consultation. Have you been putting off planning for your estate? Have your circumstances changed since your last will? Do you need representation in a Criminal Matter in Hays County? I get results.
The law firm of McFerrin & Zayed, PLLC is in Kyle, Texas, which is conveniently located between Austin and San Marcos, Texas. Our office hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. If your schedule does not allow you to meet with one of our attorneys during normal business hours, please contact our office at 512-268-9415 to schedule a weekend or evening appointment.
Matthew is a civil litigation, family law, and criminal defense attorney with practice experience in both state and federal court. He has appeared at hearings, participated in numerous depositions (taking and defending), as well as several mediations (both as lead counsel and as second chair). Matthew has also prepared and drafted countless legal documents and briefs to district courts, Texas appellate courts, federal district courts, the United States Bankruptcy Court, and to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Richard Ursha has always had a passion for practicing law from an early age. He worked hard to put himself through law school, working various jobs throughout his studies. He has worked as a federal law enforcement officer during the way while attending law school at night. As the son of a GM factory worker and a hairstylist, he stays true to his humble, down-to-earth style of interacting with clients. He understands that those charged with crimes are people like us, people who deserve our respect and compassion. Throughout his career he stays true to this personalized and compassionate approach.
When you have a criminal problem, you need an attorney that has experience, integrity and knowledge. Ray graduated from SWTSU (Tex. St.) in San Marcos and St. Mary's Law School in San Antonio. He was a felony prosecutor in Hays County for over four years before going into private practice as a criminal defense attorney. If you have a serious legal problem, you need an attorney with the experience to successfully represent you. Call my office for a confidential consultation.
Graduated from Texas State in 1979 with a degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Specialty. Doctorate of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law in 1983. Maintained an active Civil and Criminal Defense practice until 2007 when concentration was devoted to civil work including personal injury, probate, guardianship, real estate, corporate and business law, through the present.
Age and trickery will win out over youth and vigor any day! Years of experience as a prosecutor combined with years in private practice in one county make me the epitome of the small town attorney. I graduated from SWTSU, a.k.a. Texas State, and went to Law school at St. Mary's University in San Antonio. As a parent of one child and three German eating sheppards I have sunk my roots in the Texas Hill country. I pride myself on knowing Hays County's Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Judiciary. Attorneys must advocate, not just lawyer!