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Bryan E. McEachern, P.C.

Private law practice by a former Assistant Attorney General for the Texas Child Support Division, focusing primarily in the legal areas of family, divorces, child custody and support; the preparation of wills, financial and medical powers of attorney and advanced directives (living wills); probate matters concerning the disposition of real and personal property upon the death of a loved one; real estate transactions, corporate/business entity formation and civil litigation – motor vehicle accidents, breaches of contract, landlord/tenant and consumer, serving Jefferson County, Texas and surrounding counties.

 

My mission is for clients to trust me with their legal issues by offering them competent legal advice, just like I would seek if I were in their shoes seeking guidance with a legal issue. I want to change the way people think about attorneys. I’m not just interested in obtaining clients for the present, I seek to earn clients’ trust and respect so they return to me in the future for all their future legal issues. I don’t want my clients to have any regrets or reservations concerning their case. I will counsel my clients on their available options and possible outcomes so that clients can make an informed decision on how to proceed on their cases. Sometimes the client’s decision on a case will not be the most profitable to me, but being a true professional involves the ability to put the client’s interest above my own.

I am a life-long resident of southeast Texas, a 1995 graduate of Port Neches-Groves High School, and a 1999 graduate of Lamar University – Beaumont. I am married to Tara Wolfe McEachern and we have five children. We are members of Holy Cross Lutheran Church LCMS in Nederland, Texas.

After a half-decade in private practice in southeast Texas, I was honored to serve the next four and one-half years as an Assistant Attorney General for the Texas Child Support Division in their Woodville and Nederland offices. I returned to private practice in December of 2013, to focus primarily in the legal areas of family, divorces, child custody and support; the preparation of wills, financial and medical powers of attorney and advanced directives (living wills); probate matters concerning the disposition of real and personal property upon the death of a loved one; real estate transactions, corporate/business entity formation and civil litigation – motor vehicle accidents, breaches of contract, landlord/tenant and consumer, serving Jefferson County, Texas and surrounding counties.