Practice Areas


 

Dunnam & Dunnam provides a full range of legal services sufficient to handle most, if not all, of its client’s legal needs. Since 1925, our staff has supported and represented Central Texas and beyond. All ten attorneys and eight full-time legal assistants timely and professionally, with proven results, handle each client’s case. When you have a legal issue, call Dunnam & Dunnam so you can be fully informed of the ramifications that may impact you and the rights you have available to you.

If you, your family, or your company needs help or has questions, call Dunnam & Dunnam. To learn more about those services and the attorneys providing them, we invite you to use the navigation links below:

  • Appellate Law
    Appeals are not the second chance to make the same argument. Instead, appellate attorneys must show the court made a mistake in its ruling.
  • Business Law
    Business Law concerns the legal rights and duties applicable to business activities, including the legal remedies available where those activities cause harm to companies, shareholders and other stakeholders.
  • Commercial Law
    Commercial litigation involves prosecuting and defending claims involving commercial transactions. It is also referred to as business litigation.
  • Consumer Law
    Consumer Law includes the preparation and review of legal documents, the resolution of legal disputes by negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation, and the furnishing of other legal advice and services, all concerning various matters.
  • Civil Trial Law
    Civil trial law concerns the procedural and some substantive laws governing the resolution of civil disputes by negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation, including civil disputes involving wrongful death, personal injury, or property damage or loss.
  • Criminal Law
    Criminal Law concerns the procedural and substantive laws governing the prosecution and punishment by the United States, State of Texas, and other governmental entities of persons and entities for wrongful acts and omissions statutorily determined to be harmful to society and, therefore, punishable as crimes.
  • Elder Law
    Elder Law concerns the legal rights and duties of the elderly, including the legal remedies available where the elderly suffer wrongful death, personal injury, or property damage or loss.
  • Estate Planning and Probate Law
    Estate Planning – Probate Law can be sub-categorized as “Basic Estate Planning”, “Advanced Estate Planning”, “Probate and Administration”, and “Estate and Trust Litigation”.
  • Family Law
    Family Law concerns the legal rights and duties governing relationships between spouses, parents and children, other relatives, and domestic partners.
  • General Law
    General Law involves the practice of Business Law, Civil Trial Law, Commercial Law, Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning – Probate Law, Family Law, General Law, Guardianship Law, Personal Injury, and Real Estate Law, as well as many other areas of law which do not fit within any of those categories.
  • Guardianship Law
    Guardianship Law involves the preparation and review of legal documents, the resolution of disputes by negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation, and the furnishing of other legal advice and services.
  • Immigration Law
    In co-operation with the Gutierrez Law Firm, which is headquartered in San Antonio (where most immigration court proceedings must be held for Central Texas cases), Dunnam & Dunnam is dedicated to upholding the rights of individuals who wish to enter the United States on a temporary or permanent basis, helping ordinary people realize their dreams and aspirations.
  • Personal Injury Law
    Personal Injury Law involves legal disputes when someone has been physically injured. This includes wrongful death, personal injury, property damage or loss.
  • Real Estate Law
    Real Estate Law concerns the legal rights and duties applicable to the acquisition, ownership, possession, usage, and/or transfer of real estate, including the legal remedies available where those activities cause wrongful death, personal injury, or property damage or loss