Law Firm Areas of Practice
Making the decision to see a lawyer isn’t easy for many people. When you don’t know an attorney, it can seem as if they live in a different world. At Brandy Austin Law Firm, in Arlington, Texas, we do our best to make our clients feel comfortable as soon as possible from the first consultation. Many people have a variety of legal needs throughout their lifetime. In order to stay prepared to welcome our clients through these situations, we pride ourselves on our strong general practice format where our attorneys are equipped to handle a variety of cases, and our support staff brings in their real life knowledge, skills, and strong sense of compassion in order to help clients and provide the attorneys with the support they need for each case. Our practice provides legal service in the following areas:
Whether you’ve been in a car accident, have been bitten by someone’s dog, suffered an injury on a construction site, or suffered injuries or illness from a faulty product or service our attorneys and staff are here to help. We’ll work diligently to discover what led to your injury, what the long term impact on your life might be.
Family law spans a variety of areas including divorce, custody, child support, property division, prenuptial agreements, and more. Whatever the issue, if it involves family it’s almost always emotionally charged with something important at stake. At Brandy Austin Law, we work hard to get you through the various ups and downs that can occur in any family law case. From making sure documents are filled out correctly, to reviewing contracts to assure that your best interests are protected, to assisting with mediation, we’ll help you feel at ease and present yourself in a positive manner throughout your case.
Whether you are starting a new business or managing an existing one, there are a lot of legal issues to consider. There are different legal and tax considerations depending on what business entity you choose for your business, such as partnership, corporation or limited liability. We are here to help with general counseling services such as writing up contracts to use with your clients or employees. We can help you decide which types of insurance you need for your business. We’ll help you come up with strategies to prevent liability issues, and work through them if they already exist. We’ll also be there as you work through client disputes or want to buy or sell your business.
Making sure that the people you care about are taken care of is important to almost everyone, but it can sometimes be difficult to take the first step. We help our clients draft wills. We can set up powers of attorney either for the future or in the midst of difficult times. We can help you prepare a living trust that can protect your own interests, as well as you loved ones. We can also do our best to assure that, when you do pass, things are properly set up to prevent your loved ones from having to deal with a lengthy probate process. If you’re someone already dealing with probate, we’ll help you get through the process so you can move on with your life.
Elder Law encompasses many different types of law, including guardianships, powers of attorney for both medical and financial needs, the rights of seniors living in care facilities, Medicaid and VA planning, protecting financial assets, and various end of life planning. All of it is aimed at helping seniors stay confident and feel in control of their lives and what they are leaving behind for those they care about.
Being charged with a crime is very stressful. We know that sometimes the human side of our clients gets lost in the criminal justice system, and our job is to listen to your questions and concerns, and to guide you through the legal process as smoothly as possible. Our goal first and foremost is to try and get the most favorable result for our clients as possible. Sometimes this means accepting a plea bargain, and other times we will have to go to trial. We will work together with you to determine what the best outcome is for your situation, and work toward that goal.
There are four types of bankruptcy cases provided under the law for individuals. Our firm typically aids individuals with Chapter 7 – straight bankruptcy or liquidation – and Chapter 13 – reorganization. Bankruptcy is typically for a person who is not able to pay their bills but who can get a fresh financial start. Bankruptcy may make it possible for you to eliminate the legal obligation to pay most or all of your debts. Read on to see if you are eligible for bankruptcy and how it will effect your situation.
No matter what area of the law a case falls under, we are dedicated to giving our best for all of our clients in Arlington, Burleson, Cleburne, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, and Fort Worth, Texas. We strive to them get through their legal situation, and provide support regardless of the outcome. Contact us at 800-958-4948 or online to arrange a free consultation.