Top Atlanta Collaborative Lawyers - Texas

  • The law firm of Bain, Files, Jarrett, Bain and Harrison, P.C., is a professional corporation of board-certified attorneys. From our office in Tyler, we provide aggressive, comprehensive services in family law and criminal law for clients throughout East Texas. At our law firm, we are proud of possessing a firm culture that emphasizes high ethical practice, teamwork and professional development....

  • We are a general practice law firm that serves all of your legal needs, particularly in the areas of  family law  (divorce, alimony, child custody and visitation, and child support);  real estate ;  criminal defense ;  consumer protection   to individuals and small businesses in Tyler and its surrounding counties in east Texas. We also offer mediation...

  • Helping people effectively manage legal matters affecting their personal lives, we provide dedicated family law services at the Rybicki Law Firm, PLLC, in Farmersville, Texas. Keeping an eye on the big picture, our attorney offers practical, objective guidance to clients regarding the specific details of their cases. Our firm proudly serves people and families throughout the Princeton, Caddo...

  • Based in Rockwall, Texas, Heath Grob, Principal Law Firm, P.C., handles business law matters that range from formation to contract negotiation to successor planning. We counsel our clients from start to finish, providing individualized solutions to get the results they want. Our team has the ability to look at the big picture while still keeping our eyes on the minute details that could affect our...

  • Board Certified Excellence: Discreet and effective legal services provided by a double board certified specialist. Board Certified: Family Law - Texas Board of Legal Specilaization & National Board of Trial Advocacy. Board Certified: Civil Trial Law - Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Pricing Structure: Free Consultation...

  • The Mesquite, Texas, offices of Bailey & Galyen offer a full range of consumer law practices in the areas of criminal defense, immigration, bankruptcy, estate planning, Social Security, business law and more. We place special emphasis on our work in the areas of personal injury and family law. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident or are contemplating divorce, our attorneys are...

  • As a young lawyer growing a new private practice, Lindsay K. Richardson, Attorney at Law, is ready to take on your legal matter with compassion and precision. Whether you need help or advice on a wills and estates matter, Ms. Richardson brings up-to-date knowledge and a solid commitment to the table. Wills and estate representation, including preparation of a trust, powers of attorney, or health...

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    At Nordhaus & Nordhaus PC, we are dedicated to the legal needs of businesses and families. Based in McKinney, our law firm serves clients throughout North Texas. Our comprehensive services include family law, divorce and collaborative law; criminal defense; estate planning; probate, estate and trust administration; personal injury and wrongful death; real estate law; business law and eminent...

  • At the law offices of Jane-Ashley McMillan, Attorney at Law, in Plano, clients benefit from working one-on-one with an experienced, dedicated advocate, with over 30 years of experience. Attorney Jane-Ashley McMillan is certified as a Family Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and a member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas. She skillfully and compassionately...

  • Whatever legal challenge you face - DUI/DWI, a difficult divorce, an injury in a truck accident or any of our 13 practice areas - the law firm of Bailey & Galyen in Plano, Texas, has one mission: solving your legal puzzle.™ In the Plano area, one all-purpose law office distinguishes itself with its scope of practice and depth of legal experience: Bailey & Galyen. Our law office works to...

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