At the Jackson Law Firm, located in Cedar Park and Austin, TX, you will find Williamson County family law attorneys who will work hard to gain your trust and confidence by candidly assessing the pros and cons of your case. We are committed to understanding your needs and to keeping you informed during each step of the process.
Allow our Texas law firm to assist you in any family law matter such as:
Whether you need to create a contingent trust, you want to specify your wishes about end-of-life care, you need to gain the legal ability to make financial decisions for someone else, or you have other concerns, turn to us.
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The Jackson Law Firm provides immigration legal services to our Clients by analyzing their immigration issues to determine the best course of action that best suits our client’s specific situation and needs. If you have questions or concerns regarding immigration and how our team can help, please do not hesitate to contact our office today for a consultation with our immigration lawyers. We can assist you with any of the following:
Being arrested and charged with a crime can be a confusing and difficult experience for anyone, and the steps you take following your arrest can impact you for the rest of your life. If you want to give yourself the best odds of reaching a desirable outcome, nothing compares to the peace of mind offered by a Williamson County criminal defense lawyer.
You are about to uncover everything you need to know about the criminal justice system and why you will need a caring lawyer in your corner when you go to court. You can reach out to the experts at The Jackson Firm if you have any concerns or would like to learn more.
Our team of bankruptcy and family law attorneys makes it easier for you to understand bankruptcy and get rid of debt entirely or reduce it substantially. We offer:
Filing for bankruptcy can be both confusing and frightening because so many creditors and financial managers warn against the long-term consequences of declaring bankruptcy. However, if you can’t afford to pay your bills, the consequences of not paying your debts are almost as bad as bankruptcy, and this bad information stays on your credit report for seven years. Bankruptcies stay on credit records only three years longer. If your bills become too overwhelming for you to handle, declaring bankruptcy can free you from debt or reduce it dramatically. You get a fresh start regardless of whether you own a home or business. You can also keep your car and many other valuables with the right kind of bankruptcy protection and one of our skilled Williamson County attorneys.