Alex Wathen comes from a family of Catholic Kentucky bourbon makers. Some of his relatives still make Wathen's Kentucky Bourbon. Alex has taken on a much more global perspective and likes to learn and experience new cultures and people in differen...
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Appeals, Family, Wills & Living Wills
Review: “I have used James Pierce in three different legal matters, he is fair, honest, fair in his billing and keeps you updated on your case. He has numerous areas of practice and I would recommend him to anyone.”
Practice areas & skills: Antitrust, Bankruptcy, Business, Consumer Protection, Creditor-Debtor
Michael Gallevo was born in Toronto, Canada to native Filipino parents and, as the saying goes, he moved to Texas as fast as he could. Prior to attending law school, Michael received his undergraduate degree at York University, a top 5 undergradua...
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Family, Consumer Protection, Immigration
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