Author, "Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors" (2015)... more
Author, "Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors" (2015) in paperback and e-book on Amazon and Barnes & Noble; Board Certified - Residential Real Estate Law; Board Certified - Commercial Real Estate Law; AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell; Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker
he Law Offices of Wesley H. Hocker was founded by Wesley H. Hocker, who has a broad... more
he Law Offices of Wesley H. Hocker was founded by Wesley H. Hocker, who has a broad background and extensive experience in Family law, Divorce, and Criminal Law. Mr. Hocker holds a Doctor of Laws (J.D.) from South Texas College of Law, where he graduated cum laude. He also received his Bachelors(B.J.) from the University of Texas. He has been licensed as attorney by the State of Texas s... view profile
Paul William Hunn is a 1984 graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law. Prior... more
Paul William Hunn is a 1984 graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Paul was an honor graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. Paul's litigation practice has included appearances in contested cases in both federal and state courts throughout Texas and Florida. He has also represented clients before the Texas Education Agency. While much of his litig... view profile
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