Attorney Jayne Griffin is ready to serve as your first line of defense if you’ve had a negative interaction with law enforcement. A strong believer in everyone’s right to a fair trial, she will work tirelessly to protect your rights as a defendant, whether you are facing a misdemeanor citation or a felony charge. When you hire Ms. Griffin, you can be assured she will provide you with honest, non-judgmental advice regarding your case.
The practice of family law can be difficult for both lawyer and client. Divorces and custody cases often create a great deal of animosity between the parties, and leave all feeling the worse for wear. However, family law can also be rewarding, such as when an attorney helps a child in need find a home. Jayne Griffin can handle the vicissitudes of family law, providing compassionate counsel and vigorous advocacy in any situation.
Texas property law incorporates many issues, from conflicts over sales or contractual agreements to administrative issues like zoning laws. One area of emphasis in property law addressed in the practice of Jayne Griffin is handling deeds and associated matters. The deed is the instrument of transfer of a property. It lets you know who the parties involved are (owners old and new) and a description of the property. Deeds are usually recorded in the county where the property resides.
For some, securing a future for their family is what they’ve worked for all their lives. Fortunately, our laws allow us to continue to help our families after we’re gone from the world via a will or trust. Jayne Griffin can help you to create a binding document to provide for loved ones – or an organization you love – even in death. If you are named in a will and someone wishes to challenge the document in probate court, she can represent your interests.