John W. Mikus, graduate of Rice University and UH Law Center, has practiced law in Texas since 1976 successfully representing clients in the Greater Houston Metropolitan Area in a wide array of both legal transactions and litigation and trials.
Since 1976, John W. Mikus, Attorney at Law, strives to be his client's personal advocate with respect to legal matters. He has extensive experience and has achieved major success for his clients in both litigation and transactions involving probate, real estate, family law, and small business representation. Such representation ranges from both simple and complex residential and commercial real estate transaction and both simple and complex probate matters including small estates, probate of Wills and appointment of executors and administrators in both independent and dependent administrations, Will contests, suits for partition of real property and suits to determine heirship, and simple and complex divorce cases and child custody litigation, and the formation and representation and sale of business entities.
9301 Southwest Fwy Ste 250
Houston TX 77074
Initial telephone call with potential client is free. Initial office consultations are charged $150 for up to one hour and are made by appointment only.
The facts of the potential client's legal matter and possible solutions and costs including estimated attorney fees are discussed in detail at the initial telephone call or initial office conference and many legal services may be quoted as a fixed fee confirmed by an email to the potential client.
$175 per hour of attorney time and $30 to $60 for staff time
Most days and hours but by appointment only.
Kathy Harlan but she does not make appointments or give any legal advice whatsoever.
Deciding what will happen to your home, your financial assets, and your personal possessions after your passing can be a difficult process. However, if you don't take the time to make these decisions now, a court may end up dividing your property for you.
Instead of leaving such important decisions to the courts, get the assistance you need to make wise decisions concerning your estate by speaking with John W. Mikus Attorney at Law. John W. Mikus Attorney at Law is dedicated to helping you through every step of your estate planning, and is prepared to assist you with such legal services as:
Drafting a will
Creating a living trust
Creating business, education, retirement, and other trusts
Drawing up health care and general powers of attorney
The decisions you make regarding your estate determine how your property will be divided and what estate taxes will need to be paid after your passing. Be sure that your wishes are carried out by consulting with John W. Mikus Attorney at Law today.
Since 1976, Houston divorce attorney John W. Mikus has been working on behalf of his clients to preserve assets and establish fair agreements.
While an attorney can never guarantee what will take place in the courtroom or the decisions made by the judge, you can be sure you will have the optimum in representation by this firm.
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