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John S. Fason, Attorney at Law

John Fason has a law practice in Houston (TX)
713-880-4600
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Consumer Protection, Litigation, Professional Malpractice, Wills & Probate matters.
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701 North Post Oak Road, Suite 301 Houston, TX 77024
Phone: 713-880-4600, Fax: 713-880-4602   Map It
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Consumer Protection: Stolen Identity
Litigation
Professional Malpractice: Professional Malpractice - Other
Wills & Probate: Probate
Fees
Hourly Rates: Contingent (20%-40%) Fixed (Sometimes) Hourly ($95-$250/hour) Retainer (Sometimes) Contingent (20%-40%) Fixed (Sometimes) Hourly ($95-$250/hour) Retainer (Sometimes)
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Bar Admissions
  • Texas (TX) 1988
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    Education

    Degree:J.D.
    School:University of Texas School of Law
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    Year:1988
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Texas

    Harris: Houston

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