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30+ Years Serving Harris County & Montgomery County, TX

Sherry D. Tavel is a general practice firm that is equipped to represent a wide range of legal cases, ranging from family and divorce to criminal defense and business law. Our skilled attorney and friendly staff members are committed to delivering top-notch legal services and effective results. As a small firm, we can provide our clients with one-on-one attention from beginning to end.

Family Law Cases We Handle

Attorney Tavel has broad experience handling a variety of family law matters. If you have a legal issue that is not listed below, feel free to contact our team to see if we can represent your case. If our attorney finds that they are unable to handle your case, they can refer you to a trusted referral to someone who may be able to take your case.

We can provide effective counsel for a wide range of legal matters, including:

Representing Clients Across Montgomery County & Harris County, TX

Sherry D. Tavel is known for our:

  • Proven experience spanning 30+ years
  • Track record of accurate & effective results
  • Responsive & personalized service
  • Excellent reputation among our peers and judges

Sherry D. Tavel is here for you during challenging moments in your life, whether it is due to a divorce, an arrest, disability, or a dispute involving your business. No matter how difficult your case becomes, our Harris County TX Family Law Attorney is here to guide you down the right path and to help ensure your interests are safeguarded.

During your initial consultation, we can review your case, answer your questions, and help you learn your legal rights. All consultations are confidential.

Schedule your consultation by calling our office at (281) 377-1348.

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