Richard C. Mabry

Richard C. Mabry

Abilene, Texas Family & Criminal Law Firm with a Record of Excellence

Firm Overview

Experienced criminal, divorce and adoption attorney provides aggressive, quality representation For more than 35 years, Richard C. Mabry has been providing skilled, professional and effective legal services. Known to my clients and peers for my integrity and for providing high quality legal representation, I have earned a BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell for professionalism and ethics. I am committed to winning your cases in the following areas: Family law Divorce Child custody Child support Contempt Adoption Grandparent rights Juvenile Modification Name change Protective orders Criminal law DWI Marijuana possession Theft Credit card abuse Family violence Weapons Sex offenses Driving while license suspended Felony drug cases Forgery Check cases Burglary Evading/resisting arrest Juvenile cases Occupational licenses Shoplifting Fraud Assault Robbery Criminal trespass Probation revocation High level of knowledge. Exceptional legal skills. Commendable reputation. When you turn to my law practice, I make sure you get the personalized attention you deserve. I handle your cases with respect and care and work hard to obtain the best resolution for you in the most cost-effective, efficient manner. I defend you aggressively in the courtroom, but pride myself on being a compassionate attorney who understands your plight and works hard to get you through a difficult time. Contact a reliable and trusted Texas lawyer today Call Richard C. Mabry at (325) 672-4233 or contact me online to schedule your free initial consultation.

Main Office

Main Office
100 Chestnut St., Ste. 201

Abilene TX 79602

Phone

325.672.4233

Fax

Divorce

Texas Divorce Lawyer

Full-service family law firm in Abilene The dissolution of your marriage is an emotional and stressful event. Composed, compassionate divorce attorney Richard C. Mabry helps ease the legal strain of divorce so you can concentrate on the health and well-being of your family. With more than 35 years of experience in family law matters, I take your individual needs into account while seeking the best possible results for you regarding: Child custody and visitation rights Child support Distribution of personal property, bank accounts, stocks and other assets Division of marital debts Sale or possession of the marital home Spousal support and temporary support Family law mediator who encourages cooperation Mediation gives you and your spouse the opportunity to negotiate a divorce settlement in a more amicable setting by working with a trained facilitator. The mediation process fosters cooperation between partners and produces less stress and hostility than is usually associated with litigation. Mediation often reduces the time and costs of divorce, and puts the decisions in your hands. I can help you obtain the most equitable divorce settlement, fair child support agreement and healthy child custody arrangement. Family law litigator by your side Sometimes litigation is necessary to resolve your family's disputes. Having a strong litigator by your side can alleviate the uncertainty and stress of the arduous litigation process and help you obtain the most favorable trial outcome. Through tactical trial strategies and dynamic courtroom presence, I successfully represent clients throughout the adversarial litigation process. Contact a family law attorney you can trust Call Richard C. Mabry at (325) 672-4233 or contact me online to schedule your free initial consultation.

Richard Mabry

Richard C. Mabry

Biography
Mr. Mabry graduated from Washburn University with a BBA in 1971. While working full time, he graduated from Washburn School of Law two and one/half years later in 1973. Having been commissioned as Second Lieutenant upon graduation from college, he entered the USAF in 1974 as a Captain. He served as a JAG officer he served at Kirtland AFB, NM; Osan AB, Republic of Korea; Camp New-Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Dyess AFB, TX.

Mr. Mabry married in 1976. He has two sons his oldest born in 1977 and his youngest born in 1983. He has two grandchildren.

Since leaving the Air Force in 1983, he began private practice in Abilene, Texas. He is a solo practitioner concentrating on criminal defense and family practice. He has represented one individual charged with capital murder. He has been a member of TCDLA (Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association) since 1983. He was elected President of the Abilene Bar Association in 2004-2005. He is one of the founders of BCCDLA (Big Country Criminal Defense Lawyers Association) and served as its original Secretary.

Practice Areas
Family law
Divorce
Child custody
Child support
Contempt
Adoption
Grandparent rights
Juvenile
Modification
Name change
Protective orders

Criminal law
DWI
Marijuana possession
Theft
Credit card abuse
Family violence
Weapons
Sex offenses
Driving while license suspended
Felony drug cases
Forgery
Check cases
Burglary
Evading/resisting arrest
Juvenile cases
Occupational licenses
Shoplifting
Fraud
Assault
Robbery
Criminal trespass
Probation revocation
Born
Topeka, Kansas, June 28, 1949

Admitted
Kansas, 1974
Texas, 1983
U.S. District Court, District of Kansas
U.S. Court of Military Appeals

Preparatory & legal education
Washburn University of Topeka (B.B.A., 1971; J.D., 1973)

Associations & memberships
Abilene Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

Recognitions
BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell for professionalism and ethics.

Military
Judge Advocate, USAF, 1974-1983

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