About Link & Associates
At Link & Associates, we are proud to be a full-service law firm that aggressively advocates on behalf of our clients. No case is too big or too small for our team to handle. We work in a variety of legal areas and we are fully qualified to defend each client and represent them both inside and outside of court. If you have been seriously injured in an accident and are now seeking compensation on behalf of the liable party, Link & Associates can provide you with trusted personal injury representation. We also provide representation to businesses seeking assistance with litigation concerns. Our office has experience handling consumer law affairs, collections, and ADR actions.
Families seeking amicable resolutions to divorce, child custody, child support, or any other type of family law concern can also turn to our understanding team for help. We have assisted Texas residents through tough times and we have successfully settled immigration concerns and probate cases. It is clear to see that working with Link & Associates can provide you with the representation you deserve during your time of need. No matter what you are facing, working with a lawyer from our team can help provide you with the resolution you are seeking.
Contact Link & Associates
Are you ready to move forward with your case? Having an attorney on your side could make all the difference in the outcome of your affairs. At Link & Associates, we will use our experience, knowledge, and reputation to help settle any legal situation you may be facing. If you have questions about your ability to file a case or you are interested in learning more about your rights, do not hesitate to contact us. We offer free consultations to clients and our firm can be easily reached by completing a free case evaluation form today. Get started now – work with Link & Associates!
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