At Adair Myers Graves Stevenson, we offer the advantage of large-firm skill and experience at a fraction of the cost. Our small-firm nature allows us to provide efficient and customized service for businesses and individuals. You will also receive the advantage of working directly with one of the firm's experienced attorneys through all stages of your legal matter.
Our areas of practice are designed to meet the many legal needs businesses, entrepreneurs, individuals and families face. We represent clients in all types of civil litigation as well as bankruptcy, estate planning, and family law matters. For business clients, we are a trusted legal resource capable of addressing the many concerns affecting commercial ventures, from business formation to litigation to intellectual property rights.
Combining the value and efficiency of a small firm with the high-caliber services of a large firm, we believe hands-on guidance is essential for building relationships with clients. We will work hard to earn — and keep — your trust. Our hope is you will feel confident returning to our firm for all of your legal needs.
If you'd like to learn more about how the attorneys at Adair Myers Graves Stevenson can help meet your legal needs, contact us to schedule a free consultation. Our office is conveniently located in the Greenway Plaza area of Houston, midway between The Galleria and downtown.
All Members, Attorneys, and Of Counsel are members of the Texas State Bar Association, as well as other State and Federal Bar Associations.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Gordon G. Waggett on 04/02/18 in Intellectual Property.
Great service, very professional, got us our Patent.
5.0/5.0 Review for Adair Myers Graves Stevenson PLLC on 03/23/18 in Business Law.
Adair put my mind at ease in 10 minutes with a simple phone call. He really knows his field of profession. Will absolutely save in my contacts in case I ever need him again.
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