General Civil Practice. Trial and Appellate Practice in State and Federal Courts. Real Estate, Construction Law, Commercial Law, Estate Planning, Probate, Banking, Bankruptcy, Family, Corporate and Securities Law, Trusts.
In 1976, Al Weycer and Richard Kaplan began practicing law together, and in 1979 formed Weycer & Kaplan. Joe Pulaski & Gordon Zuber began practicing law in 1962, most of the time at the firm of Foreman Dyess Prewett Rosenberg & Henderson (later Foreman Dyess). In 1985, Weycer Kaplan Pulaski & Zuber was created by the merger of Weycer & Kaplan and Pulaski & Zuber. The firm started out with just a few practice areas mostly in the areas of commercial real estate, corporate transactions, and commercial litigation, but over the years expanded to a wide variety of areas, including estate planning and administration, appellate, tax, finance, bankruptcy, non-profit, and employment, thus becoming a premiere full service law firm with offices in Houston and Dallas. Although much has changed over the years, one thing has remained the same - the law firm's philosophy of creating a firm with highly qualified attorneys, who provide quality legal work to its clients in an expeditious and efficient manner.
Client Review for Jerrad D. Bloome | June 06, 2012
Jerrad acted as all lawyers should at all times.
Jerrad acted as all lawyers should at all times. Read less
Client Review for Mark J. Levine | May 22, 2011
I have used Mark's services for the last 13 years. He provides commercially focused legal advice, exhibits great judgment about cases, and can negotiate favorable settlements even in the face of damaging facts.
I have used Mark's services for the last 13 years. He provides commercially focused legal advice, exhibits great judgment about cases, and can negotiate favorable settlements even in the face of damaging facts. Read less
Client Review for Duke Keller Jr. | December 27, 2010
Very busy, but very good.
Very busy, but very good. Read less
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