|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1975||03/29/2017|
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.
Public reprimand means an attorney did something wrong but may still practice law. The State gives the lawyer a public reprimand in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior. Details of the infraction are made part of the public record.
|Texas Tech University School of Law||N/A||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||1975|
Posted by Toni
He is amazing at what he does. My ex was trying to screw the system. Being self employed he could lie on his taxes! Yep didn't stop my attorney from finding out the truth! He is amazing at what he does! He doesn't stop until the job is accomplished! So if you want a man that knows now limits he is the attorney for you! His reputation is so awesome. For attorneys that hear "chapman" the first though is how can we settle! I've seen this man in court and he is fabulous!
Posted by Rick
James R. Chapman provided me and my family the expertise and information necessary to turn our very bleak financial situation into a very manageable solution. Mr. Chapman's approach to our situation was very professional and friendly. His handling and dealings involved in our case relieved me and my family of all of the anixiety and stress we were experiencing. We loved the homespun attitude and anectodal expressions of his character and true concern and empathy he displayed at all times.
Posted by anonymous
This attorney has multiple Bar disciplinary actions for a reason and as a prior client I understand why. James Chapman misrepresented me in a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Besides his unfamiliarity with Bankruptcy law, he was difficult to reach and rarely returned phone calls. I should have known from the start that communication would be a problem as he does not work from an office. When he failed to appear at a Meeting of Creditors I fired him and obtained new counsel. Chapman objected to the substitution and filed a "Tortuous Interference with Contract" against my new attorney. On the day prior to the evidentiary hearing he requested to protest my substitution of counsel he canceled it, informing the court that he would be "out of country". I should have reviewed his disciplinary record at TexasBar.com prior to hiring him. I suggest anyone who is considering his services to do the same.
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