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My husband just moved to the the states from South Africa and before we became husband and wife, we knew the... more
San Antonio  Alejandro E. Garcia

Alejandro Garcia

San Antonio, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 9.3
Mr Perez was recommended by a friend. He is a drummer in a local band so I was skeptical at first.Adrian has... more
San Antonio  Adrian Antonio Perez

Adrian Perez

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.7
Mr. Gonzales represented my son on a felony charge. From the beginning he returned my calls even late in the... more
San Antonio  Joe D. Gonzales

Joe Gonzales

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
We've been a client of Patricia's for over twenty years. She advised us and prepared our wills and Powers of... more
San Antonio  Patricia Ann Bath

Patricia Bath

San Antonio, TX Probate
Avvo rating 7.4
I was arrested in January 2015 and charged with two felonies. I was devastated how quickly my life was in... more
San Antonio  Brandon Todd Hudson

Brandon Hudson

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Milton Fagin is an excellent lawyer, I feel he is honest, trustworthy and true to his word unlike 3 other... more
San Antonio  Milton I. Fagin

Milton Fagin

San Antonio, TX Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 7.7
Our family was so fortunate to have the legal expertise of Mr. Ron Prince on a difficult divorce and child... more
San Antonio  Ronald Barbosa Prince

Ronald Prince

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.7
I don't recommend this lawyer! He took 2 cases for my fiancé (divorce & child support) He charged him $3000... more
San Antonio  Gerald Matthew Gonzales

Gerald Gonzales

San Antonio, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern


practicing lawyers in San Antonio

San Antonio is the site of the most popular tourist destination in Texas, the Alamo. Originally intended as a Catholic mission, the Alamo was more military garrison than missionary outpost by the time of the famous 1836 battle.

One hundred eighty-nine defenders from the newly-formed Republic of Texas fought against 1,800 Mexican soldiers in a brave but ultimately unsuccessful defense. However, the fortress became a rallying point for the Republic of Texas. Cries of "Remember the Alamo" led many to join the Texan army. Texas went on to defeat the Mexican forces later that year in the Battle of San Jacinto.