Top Early Natural Resources Lawyers - Texas

  • Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, a professional limited liability company, with offices in Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Waco, was founded in 1917. The firm has over 60 attorneys and has been providing legal services for over 90 years in Texas. The firm has a broad regional and statewide civil practice in various areas, including litigation, business, construction, estate planning,...

  • From offices in Austin, Texas, the Law Office of Tom Murphy provides pragmatic, results-oriented legal counsel and representation in matters of business and corporate law. Our attorneys help clients meet the legal challenges of doing business in Texas. We assist them with matters involving: Business entity formation and operations - Business owners and entrepreneurs throughout the area enlist our...

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    For experienced assistance navigating probate and estate planning and administration, people rely on the Law Office of Oscar B. Jackson III. From our location in Austin, Texas, we represent clients as far away as San Marcos. We are able to assist with common and niche estate planning matters, including simple wills and trusts, marital and family trusts, guardianships, powers of attorney,...

  • HISTORY In 1970 Charles. R. Porter, Jr. invited Rick Rogers to leave the district attorney's office to join his civil law practice. From that beginning, we have been serving Texas for over thirty years. In the last decade, the firm has opened additional offices in Austin, San Antonio and Boerne to better serve our clients. Porter, Rogers, Dahlman & Gordon continues to provide first-class services...

  • Hargrave Law, PC, located in Bedford, Texas, has been representing clients with issues concerning family law, probate, real estate law, personal injury and civil litigation for over 15 years. Led by our attorney Earl A. Hargrave, our law firm is focused on providing personal attention to you and your case. We are a solutions-based law firm. We approach each case with an eye toward finding an...

  • From our law office in Denton, Texas, the attorneys at Kelsey, Kelsey & Hickey, PLLC, provide exceptional, solution-oriented representation, advocacy and support to a diverse range of clients throughout Denton County and the surrounding areas of North Texas who have legal needs involving any of the following: Business law Contracts Property and real estate law Real estate transactions Eminent...

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