Law Offices of J. Steven Stewart

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Experienced and Effective Trial Lawyer Serving Texas Business and Individuals for 34 Years

Since 1978 Mr. Stewart has represented businesses and individuals throughout the state. His practice has focused upon resolving disputes through arbitration, mediation or litigation in the areas of:

Oil and Gas


General Business

Commercial and Consumer Matters

He is committed to providing legal service of the highest quality while recognizing the equal importance of efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Mr. Stewart's goal is to provide practical and realistic counsel to his clients so as to efficiently and economically resolve whatever dispute they may face. If it is necessary to arbitrate, mediate or litigate a dispute, he will provide aggressive representation with a view to the "bottom line." Having practiced with one of the largest firms in Texas, he is able to provide big firm expertise and capability at significantly lower rates.

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  • Oil and Gas Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Business Litigation
  • General Civil Litigation.

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Law Offices of J. Steven Stewart
5353 W. Alabama, Suite 605,
Houston, TX 77056

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 5353 W. Alabama, Suite 605,
Houston, TX 77056


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