U. A. C. Offoboche Law Firm

Practical Legal Solutions

GARLAND, DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS

In the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, since October 2011

​​COVID19 has affected us like it has you, but we are still here for you. We remain committed to you, our clients and potential clients! We are available virtually or by phone. If you need to stop by the office in person for any reason, call first. Please be sure to wear a mask for your own safety. Masks are mandatory in the office building complex. Stay safe!

675 Town Square Blvd., Suite 150, Bldg. 1A,

Garland, Texas 75040

469-371-0932 (Direct)

214-299-7599 (Office)

or (469) 263 6304

214-853-5708 (Fax)


ugy@uacoffobochelaw.com


Monday to Friday: 10AM to 5PM by appointment only.

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Our Firm

Our firm specializes in helping  individuals, corporations and small businesses with all their legal needs. We believe in second chances and understand that when life throws you a curve ball, you need a team to help you deal. We're your team dedicated to ensuring that we take care of all of our clients, and that your legal needs are met and exceeded. We pride ourselves on being dedicated and thorough.

The firm is well versed in business, Criminal, Consumer/Contracts Review and Drafting, Immigration, Probate and Limited Family Law thus we know exactly what it takes to help you in all your personal business endeavors. We defend you against wrongful foreclosure and other oppressive breaches of contract.

 

       "Dedicated and Thorough"

​​A few of Our Success Stories:

  • Hale v. Sabine River Authority - Jury Trial, Personal Injury- Vehicle/Pedestrian Collision, Obtained Money Damages for Plaintiff

  • McWilliams v. Dallas Independent School District - Workers' Compensation Judicial Review (Mold in the office, causing lung disease HP)
  • Offoboche v. Bank of America- Wrongful foreclosure-Settled
  • In re Lopez, Identity Theft Protection Order Entered
  • State v. Wenger, Wrongful child removal- Child returned
  • State v. Bucio, Wrongful Assault charge- Nonsuited
  • ​State v. Liscano, Parole Hearing- Paroled