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Moran Law Firm, PLLC - Tyler, TX

100 East FergusonSuite 1200 Tyler, TX 75702

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Updated: 05/17/2022

Tyler Family Law Firm


At Moran Law Firm in Tyler, Texas, we strive to obtain the best resolutions possible for our clients’ legal matters. Our founding attorney, Lisa Moran, is a tenacious trial lawyer with 20 years of legal practice experience.
Moran Law Firm is committed to the success of each and every client who walks through our door. You'll always be greeted by a highly paralegal, and you will discuss your concerns and options with a qualified and experienced lawyer...

About Moran Law Firm, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Family Law 90%
  • Wills and Probate 7%
  • Personal Injury 3%




  • Lesley Neel, Paralegal
  • Phyllis Wells, Receptionist
  • Alinda Ellis, Office Staff
  • Julie Thompson, Paralegal
  • Sky Donovan, Paralegal
  • Julie Fitzgerald, Senior Paralegal
  • Emily Mazy, Legal Assistant
  • Evalina Vasquez, Reception/Legal Assistant


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Office Information


100 East FergusonSuite 1200 Tyler, TX 75702

Office Hours

M-T 8-5 Fri 8-12

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