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LISA A. VANCE PRIVIDES LEGAL SERVICES FOR TEXAS FIDUCIARY LITIGATION.
WE ARE TEXAS CONTRACT DISPUTE LAWYERS.
Many of us devote long stressful hours to developing our businesses. They are not just an asset, they are a part of our history.
At The Law Offices of Lisa A. Vance, we protect our businesses with the same eagerness that we devote to our families. And, sometimes, we have disagreements with our competitors, or vendors, or employees that end up so contentious that we find ourselves in a courtroom.
WHEN THAT HAPPENS, OUR FIRM CAN HELP.
We listen to our clients. We learn about their businesses so that we are able to represent them fairly and efficiently. We explore solutions that help resolve business disputes without litigation, wherever possible. We look to marketplace trends, examine the "big picture" of the long-term effect of even successful trials, asking our clients the effect on the business' reputation and the employees to continue in protracted trial development.
There are times when business "on the high road" has no choice but to fight for itself in court. It is crucial in those times to hire skilled counsel, respected by the judiciary, whose willingness to go the distance is well-known.
OUR ATTORNEYS INCLUDE WELL-KNOWN LITIGATIONS EXPERIENCED IN THE TRENCHESS OF TRIAL WORK, SUCCESSFUL IN FRONT OF JURIES AND JUDGES ALIKE.
This is where we step in.
Our office is near downtown, close to Pearl Brewery and the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Call NOW, 210-591-8168 or email us to schedule a confidential consultationwith attorney, Lisa A. Vance in San Antonio, Texas. Our divorce lawyers offer compassionate, experienced advice on family law issues including custody, child support, alimony and divorce.
We also handle estate planning, probate, elder law issues, as well as animal welfare law. Our office is near downtown, close to Pearl Brewery and the San Antonio Museum of Art. Spanish translation services are available upon request.