Print Profile
Lawyer Directory>Texas Lawyers>Austin Lawyers>James C. Dunlap

James C. Dunlap, Attorney at Law

James Dunlap has a law practice in Austin (TX)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Wills & Probate matters.
Offices
5910 Courtyard Dr Ste 105, Austin, TX 78731
Phone: , Fax:    Map It
Address:  Work Phone:
City: County: Fax Phone:
State: ZIP: Tollfree Phone:
      GET DIRECTIONS      
Address:
City: State: ZIP:
Find
Practice Area
Wills & Probate: Probate
Fees
Hourly Rates: Please call to inquire within
Fixed-Price Services: Please call to inquire within
Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Texas (TX) 1969
Professional Organizations and Memberships
    Education
    Languages
    English
    Legal News
    Hughes Watters Askanase Attorneys and Staff to Speak in July and August at ...
    EON: Enhanced Online News (press release) Lindsay Lambert, a partner with HWA, will address compliance, foreclosure and reverse mortgages on home equity loans at the 32nd Annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course, July 9, 2010 in San Antonio (www.texasbarcle.com). ... greatest ... more »
    Cattle Theft Suspect Sentenced
    Hillsboro Reporter The owner and Cattle Ranger Marvin Wills with Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association testified during the punishment phase before 66th District Court Judge F.B. (Bob) McGregor Jr. A pre-sentence investigation was ... The judge sided with the ... more »
    Business Briefs
    Your Houston News A leader in the American Bar Association Litigation Section, The Texas Bar and other organizations, he is an active national speaker on trial and law management issues. He is an ... Carll specializes in real estate, probate and general business matters ... more »
    LAW DICTIONARY

    Related legal terms and Law definition:

    interested person
    “Interested person” means any person who may reasonably be expected to be affected by the outcome of the particular proceeding involved. In any proceeding affecting the estate or the rights of a beneficiary in the estate, the personal representative of the estate shall be deemed to be an interested person. The term does not include a beneficiary who has … Full Definition »
    Probate >> Wills & Probate
    Book of the Day in our Store
    Share it on TwitterFacebook
    Understanding Torts (Understanding (LexisNexis))Understanding Torts (Understanding (LexisNexis))
    by John L. Diamond, Lawrence C. Levine, Anita Bernstein
    from $1.00
    View