Top Texas City Collaborative Lawyers - Texas

Dan Bacalis is an attorney who is a widely recognized leader in the area of family law litigation. Dan has practiced primarily in the area of family law in Tarrant County (and the surrounding counties) for over 25 years. He was educated at the University of Michigan and is presently board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Dan Bacalis is a Board Certified...

  • Reekie Law Firm, PLLC, is a family law practice located in The Woodlands, Texas that provides personal attention to get you through your family law concerns. Attorney Jennifer K. Reekie left a successful West Houston family law practice to open her own firm in 2012 and has since been diligently helping families in The Woodlands and surrounding areas to resolve difficult and often delicate...

  • Providing our clients with quality representation pertaining to a variety of legal needs, The Bihm Firm, PLLC, remains dedicated to customer satisfaction and the success of every person who turns to our Conroe, Texas, law office. Serving individuals and families throughout the entire Montgomery County area, we are here to provide guidance and experienced counsel for complex legal matters. Clients...

  • The law firm of Haney.Moorman.Paschal, P.C., in Huntsville, Texas, provides exceptional representation and support in a variety of practice areas in order to help you and your loved ones with all of the important and pressing legal challenges affecting your life and livelihood, your family, your freedom, your business, and your future. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Walker County...

  • The College Station Law Office of Randy Michel provides comprehensive representation for challenging family law, probate and business litigation issues. Our attorneys focus substantial time, talent and energy on helping Texas clients pursue and obtain favorable outcomes to their cases. We also understand the immediate and collateral costs of litigation. We provide honest, straightforward...

  • I have been through a divorce and have dealt with child custody for many years, so I understand what an emotional roller coaster family law matters can be. I also understand how important it is to work with an experienced lawyer who can keep you grounded and focused on achieving a positive outcome. I will carefully evaluate your case so I can identify all of the issues that need to be addressed,...

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