Bryan Sample, PC

About Bryan Sample

Bryan Sample, Attorney

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Bryan Sample, AttorneyBryan Sample is a compassionate and dedicated attorney, focusing on legal services with an emphasis on service, availability, and simplicity. Telephone: 972-918-5186

With an office in Dallas County but serving clients in the four surrounding counties as well (Collin, Denton, Rockwall and Tarrant), Bryan is licensed in the State of Texas and also New Mexico.

Originally from Fort Worth, Bryan received his undergraduate degree in marketing and advertising from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. He received his JD degree from Texas Tech as well.

Bryan started his legal practice in 1994, beginning in Amarillo, Texas.

Today, Bryan focuses on a broad array of legal services, for clients who need solutions in criminal matters, civil litigation and family law.

An experienced litigator, Bryan tirelessly works to handle complex legal matters in a way that simplifies what can often be a complex and difficult situation for his clients. As an advisor on family law matters, and small business issues (such as incorporation, contracts, negotiation and other key areas of business law) he serves his clients in disputes regarding ownership, employer and employee rights, and commercial issues of litigation. He also assists with criminal proceedings, such as DUI, theft, forgery, fraud and other state and federal cases.

Texas Family Law, Civil Litigation, and Criminal Law

Clients turn to Bryan Sample, PC for legal services in the following areas:

  • Divorce
  • Criminal Law, including misdemeanor and felony
  • Child Support, Child Custody and Visitation Rights
  • Family Law
  • Business Matters, such as contracts and contract negotiation, and landlord/tenant disputes
  • Civil Law
  • Wills, living trusts, succession and estate planning

Professional Licenses: Texas Attorney

Bryan Sample is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and the State of New Mexico.
Licensed in Federal Court in the Northern District of Texas.
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