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Regardless of your decision to hire an attorney, we thoroughly admonish you to meticulously research any self-help sites you can find and check them for accuracy. This is because many people later find themselves in serious legal trouble based on advice they received from such sites. Take the time to see what other consumers are saying about these products. It is also advisable to consult with an attorney experienced with your issue before deciding to pursue self-help.
In certain situations, i.e. a divorce or custody dispute, it could benefit to have an attorney to walk you through the process. Attorneys are there to counsel you and help you understand what it is that is going on with your legal issue. If you want someone you can call to explain each step as it happens, then hiring an attorney is probably a good option for you.
Your assets, children, or livelihood can be at stake in a legal dispute. Hiring an attorney can help you minimize stress and keep you informed of your options throughout trying times.
What we can do is offer you a free consultation, during which we will disclose more details relating to our fees once we have an understanding of your legal issue.
It is important to note that our firm does not take on clients when we do not feel it is in their best interest for us to do so. If we believe that we are not able to competently and zealously manage a client’s legal issue, we will refer you to an attorney we trust to assist you with your matter.
Intellectual Property Law Transactional matters: Nationwide assistance is offered, though Firm and resources are based in Texas.
Intellectual Property Law Litigation matters: Of Counsel to Other States on a Pro Hac Vice basis, Licensure in the Greater Houston area and Southern District of Texas Federal Court(s).
Entertainment Law Transactional matters: Nationwide assistance is offered, though Firm and resources are based in Texas.
Entertainment Law Litigation matters: State of Texas, with Federal issues being brought either Pro Hac Vice or originally in the Greater Houston area and Southern District of Texas Federal Court(s).
Family Law matters : Chambers County, Harris County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, and Walker County.
Expunction matters: State of Texas, unless your matter will be disputed or require a court appearance. If your expunction will be disputed then we are limited to Chambers County, Harris County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, and Walker County.
Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning matters: State of Texas, unless you require our office to provide witnesses or assist you in the probate process. If you require our office to provide you with witnesses or assist you in the probate process, then we are limited to Chambers County, Harris County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, and Walker County.
Traffic Tickets: Harris County and Montgomery County.
What you get: During the course of this consultation, you will have a chance to let us know what your concerns are, tell us what your objectives are, and also interview a firm attorney to make sure our firm is the right fit for you. In addition, we will try to get a feel for how best to accomplish your objectives and tell you what we believe could be done to assist you. We will also answer questions pertaining to the approximate pricing for your particular issue.
What we get: It is critical for our firm to get to understand what is important to you, or what your objective may be in seeking legal advice. We get the chance to give you practical advice about what we can or cannot do so that our firm is in a position to meet or exceed your expectations. We understand that legal matters can get expensive and want to make sure that you are aware of potential expenditures that may be involved in your particular case; this will allow you to decide whether or not an attorney is an option for you financially. We are also want to know how you heard about our firm.