About the Law Office of Jennifer Casey
Skilled Bankruptcy, Family Law and Estate Planning Representation
At the Law Office of Jennifer Casey, I provide my clients with experienced, professional and practical legal guidance. Since I became a lawyer, I have prioritized treating my clients with dignity, professionalism and respect while finding the best possible solutions to their legal problems.
I represent clients in The Woodlands, Spring and Conroe areas of Texas and throughout Harris County and Montgomery County.
My practice focuses on two very personal areas of law: bankruptcy and family issues. It is my commitment as a lawyer to help individuals and families through such difficult experiences with minimal stress.
I pride myself on the personal service I provide to each one of my clients. When you hire my law firm, you hire me — I will handle every aspect of your case myself. My clients appreciate the friendliness and approachability of everyone at my office and our responsiveness to their needs.
Financial problems and family matters are sensitive, very personal issues, and it is my goal to teach my clients about their rights and their legal options so they are empowered to make their own decisions about how to proceed.
I am a native Texan and have lived in this area my entire life. After graduating from Lamar University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s in criminology, I earned a law degree from South Texas College of Law.
While attending school full time, I worked as a paralegal at a local corporate defense law firm, which helped prepare me for private practice.
To learn more about me and my law practice, please read my attorney profile below.
For more information about how I can help you with your legal concerns, please fill out this form or call 281-528-1948 to schedule a consultation. I provide initial bankruptcy consultations free of charge. I am available for consultations during normal business hours and by appointment at other times.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.