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William Marcus Wilkerson, Attorney at Law - Beaumont, TX

595 Orleans StreetSuite 1115 Beaumont, TX 77701

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Updated: 01/09/2021

Beaumont Family Law Firm


The Law Office of William Marcus Wilkerson was founded in April of 2012 in order to provide legal services to people across Southeast Texas. When Mr. Wilkerson started his firm, it was truly a solo practice. Today, when there is a full compliment of staff, there are three assistants, including a law clerk or paralegal, and an array of access to research materials and today's technological requirements to see a case through...

About William Marcus Wilkerson, Attorney at Law


  • English (Primary)

Practice Areas

  • Family Law 45%
  • Criminal Law 40%
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estates 8%
  • Real Estate 5%
  • Consumer 2%


  • 65%


  • National Association of Distinguished Counsel, - 2020
  • American Association of Attorney Advocates, - 2020

Pro Bono Activities

  • Jefferson County Bar Association Pro Bono Program
  • Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments





Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


595 Orleans StreetSuite 1115 Beaumont, TX 77701

Office Hours

Mon to Fri: 8:30AM-5:00PM, Sat: By Appointment & Sun: Closed


  • 409-212-9657

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