Abelardo Garza, PLLC, Attorney and Counselor


Abelardo Garza, PLLC, Attorney and Counselor

Criminal, Juvenile Law, Estate, Federal, Business Organization

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  • Firm Year: 1985
  • Language: English, Spanish


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Juvenile Law, Felony, DUI-DWI, Criminal

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At Abelardo Garza, PLLC, our clients come first. Every client is treated with courtesy and is guaranteed effective representation. Our expertise and integrity have earned us a reputation as one of South Texas’s premier legal firms.

Our consistent track record of uncompromising ethics instills confidence and trust. We use cutting edge technologies that allow us to respond quickly, and give you the most relevant information and perspectives.

Abelardo Garza, PLLC is dedicated to achieving the best outcome for every client. With Abelardo Garza and Associates on your side, you will come out on top.

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"Mr. Garza handled an incident for me concerning a car wreck, and I couldn't have been happier with his close personal attention to detail and professional demeanor. As it was a stressful time for us, this attorney knew what he was doing and got us the best outcome possible. I will always use him for any legal work that may come up ."

  1 year ago     Jackie Farmer Keish

"This review is based on my personal experience during a custody dispute. My case was a very complex case in which he chose to take on. It turns out that he was not experienced enough to handle the particulars of my it. If you want someone to settle for less than what you know you deserve then look no further. If you need an attorney who will actually fight for you then move along. When trial came he did not want to address any of my concerns in which I hired him to do so. There was plenty of supporting documentation that would have made a difference in my case despite any obstacles that I had to overcome. He advised me that the judge was not going to be happy with me if I wanted to go through trial. Fast forward to now, my situation has become worse (thousands of dollars) because of his lack of attention and interest to my case."

  1 year ago     Paul Hernandez

Abelardo Garza, PLLC, Attorney and Counselor
305 E Ashby Place
San Antonio, TX 78231


305 E Ashby Place
San Antonio, TX 78231

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