Attorney Joyce E. Stevens provides legal representation to clients in Arlington, Texas and throughout Tarrant County.
Her practice areas include: -Estate and Probate Planning & Administration -Criminal & Juvenile Defense -Personal Injury -Business and Commercial Law -Family Law Ms. Stevens is dedicated to providing her clients with the best possible legal representation and treating clients with respect is the hallmark of her practice. Whatever the legal need or problem, Ms. Stevens offers caring, effective counsel that is never judgmental. Clients appreciate the time she takes to listen and understand the situation that has brought them to her for legal advice and her commitment to client service includes frequent case updates and prompt return of phone calls. Clients return to her and refer her to their friends and associates because of the outcomes she achieves even in difficult cases. Ms. Stevens is an effective advocate both in and out of the courtroom. Her background as a business entrepreneur has honed her skills as a listener, negotiator and ally. Opposing counsel, court personnel and the judges before whom she appears respect her skills as an attorney and her abilities to promote and protect her client's interests. By choosing Joyce E. Stevens as their attorney, clients ensure themselves of an independent, motivated lawyer who will work hard on their behalf and who has the confidence, intelligence and skills to deliver the legal representation of the highest quality.
4381 West Green Oaks Boulevard, Suite 108
Arlington TX 76016
Estate and Probate Planning & Administration
Ms. Stevens provides assistance with a variety of estate planning matters, including the preparation of wills, living wills and trusts. She is also available to assist with Estate Administration, including probate and non-probate transfers and offers legal advice and representation for guardianship matters as well as power of attorney and related agency issues.
Practice Areas: Consumer Rights; Criminal Law; Probate; Guardianship; Trusts; Estates; Family Law; Closely Held Business Law.
Admitted: 1994, Texas; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
Law School: South Texas College of Law, J.D., 1994
College: Texas Woman's University, B.S., magna cum laude, 1991
Member: Tarrant County, Arlington and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Texas; Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association (Director, 1997-1998); Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Tarrant County Probate Bar Association.
Biography: Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Chi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta. Operations Editor, Currents, International Trade Law Journal, 1993-1994. Author, "Designing Arbitration Clauses in Transnational Contracts," Currents, International Trade Law Journal of South Texas College of Law, Summer 1993. Fellow: Texas Bar Foundation; Tarrant County Bar Foundation.
Born: Coleridge, Nebraska
South Texas College of Law
Juris Doctorate, 1994
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