Farmer Law PC is an accredited and licensed law firm authorized to practice Law in the State of Texas.
It’s now possible to benefit from virtual consultations and case preparation. You can avoid having to drive through traffic for your office appointments.
We developed a system that makes the process painless and safe. We conduct interviews and collect documents online. You sign electronically, and we bill you virtually.
All you need is a smartphone, a phone number, and an email account.
This is NOT to say that we a fully virtual law firm. We have physical offices in Austin and Houston where you can come for your appointments; however, we do what we can to keep you safe, save you time, and reduce your stress.
Taking care of our clients virtually is made possible by the temporary COVID rules. Our process is always subject to change to remain fully compliant with the rules of the State Bar of Texas, U.S. Bankruptcy Code, U.S. Bankruptcy Rules, Local Rules, and the local practice.
Call or Zoom your FREE consultation. Most times, it's immediate.
Tell us about your situation, and we will inform you about your relief options.
Retain us and use a payment plan if you need one.
We will prepare all your documents.
We will represent in your case from start to finish according to our attorney-client agreement.
Call or book a virtual appointment from 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM on weekdays and until 3:00 PM on Saturdays.
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