Any attorney employed by or associated with Watson Law Firm is licensed to practice law in all state courts within the State of Texas as well as the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas. Any attorney employed by Watson Law Firm is competent to handle consumer bankruptcy matters although such attorney may not be board certified in bankruptcy law.

This website contains only general information about bankruptcy. Nothing in this website is intended to provide legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship. Bankruptcy laws are complex. Anyone who would attempt bankruptcy based on the information in this website and without retaining an attorney licensed to practice law in federal bankruptcy court is probably making a mistake. A persons particular results in bankruptcy depend on where that person lives, their assets, debts, income, expenses, and goals.

You establish an attorney-client relationship with Watson Law Firm only after you have completed each of the following: (1) an initial consultation in our office, and (2) you have entered into a written retainer agreement with the firm.

All information on this website is intended to be truthful and accurate. Should you believe any information is materially misleading or is likely, in any way, to create an unjustified expectation of the law, please contact us through the link provided or write or call our office.