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Lindsey Marie Peebles | Austin Wills & Probate Lawyer | Texas

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Wills & Probate, Consumer Protection, Family Law, Mediation, Permits

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School Degree Major Graduation
University of Texas School of Law JD, cum laude Law School 07/2010
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State of Texas Bar Association 05/2012
  • Austin Bar Association, Solo/Small Firm Section of the Austin Bar Association, Austin Young Lawyers Association (AYLA), American Bar Association
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Fee:My practice focuses on middle to low-middle income individuals.  My philosophy is that people should not avoid seeking important legal services because they are afraid of the cost.  I encourage clients to have a frank discussion with me about what they can afford and what to expect in costs.  I also accept alternative payment structures.

Service Type:Private


MAIN LOCATION

PO Box 302126
Austin, TX 78703

Other Locations:
  • Serving clients in the greater Austin area

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