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6735 Salt Cedar Way, Building 1, Suite 300 Frisco, TX 75034

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Updated: 04/13/2021

Frisco Texas consumer lending laws and licensing Law Firm

Our office remains open, and in response to COVID-19 we have expanded our options for remote consultations and virtual meetings. Please contact our office to discuss what meeting option best fits your situation. Call 817-304-9540.


Welcome to the LAW OFFICES OF ALAN ABERGEL, P.C., a law corporation (“LOAA“). LOAA is a small business law firm. Attorney Alan Abergel is licensed by both the Texas State Bar and the California State Bar. LOAA’s concentration is in the representation of entrepreneurs and their businesses. LOAA provides transactional, regulatory, and administrative litigation services. LOAA often acts as outside general counsel for its clients’ businesses...



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Practice Areas

  • Texas consumer lending laws and licensing
  • Texas securities laws
  • Texas private equity and hedge funds
  • Texas money transmission laws
  • Texas mortgage lending laws
  • Texas OCCC and DSML defense
  • Texas State Securities Board defense
  • Texas mergers & aquisitions
  • Texas zoning and land use
  • Texas financial services licensing, compliance, and enforcement defense



  • Alan Abergel, Managing Director, 817-304-9540

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6735 Salt Cedar Way, Building 1, Suite 300 Frisco, TX 75034


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LAW OFFICES OF ALAN ABERGEL, P.C. (Main Office) 600 West 6th Street Floor 4 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-304-9540

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