Hamilton County Lawyers
Earning an exemplary reputation as an aggressive and formidable trial lawyer, Attorney Pritchard is ultimately passionate about protecting his clients'...
Lewellen graduated from the University of Texas, in 1970, with a degree in Political Science. He subsequently attended the University of Texas School of Law, while serving as Governor Preston Smith’s Student Affairs Advisor for all college campuses within the state.
Thereafter, with approval of the...
Ms. McClain has focused her practice of law in areas that she loves. She enjoys helping members of our community every day with the following:
Family-Based Petitions: Green Cards, Visas, Citizenship, Naturalization, Fiancé Visas, Adjustment of Status, Affidavits of Support, Waiver Applications, Removal of Conditions of Residency, Green Card Renewals, Visa Renewals, Nonimmigrant Visas (V, B1/B2, J, F, M)
Criminal Defense Law (State and Federal):
Assault, Drugs, Theft, Weapons Possession, Harassment, Prostitution, Credit or Debit Card...
Hamilton County Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Families in Crisis, Inc.
Catholic Charities of Central Texas Immigrant Legal Services
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