Dynamic, Aggressive Litigation Attorneys
Legal matters can escalate quickly and become impossible to settle without going to court. A real estate dispute over property rights, a construction defect noticed after the completion of a new home or a breach of a contract may lead to litigation.
At Harrell, Stoebner & Russell, P.C., we are experienced litigators who do not shy away from a contentious case. From our Temple and Killeen law offices, we assist individuals and businesses across Central Texas resolve complicated legal matters. We have the courtroom experience needed to fight for the best possible outcome to your situation.
The Experience To Take A Case To Court When Necessary
Taking a case to trial requires a strategy based on the unique details of each case and an in-depth knowledge of the local courts. When a case heads for litigation, many firms will refer the matter because they focus on transactional law and their attorneys do not try cases.
At our firm, we have skilled transactional and litigation attorneys who can handle your legal matter from start to finish even when it is necessary to go to trial or appeal a decision. Our trial lawyers handle the following types of highly contested cases that may go before a jury or a judge:
- Personal injury and wrongful death cases resulting from motor vehicle crashes or other serious accidents
- Contractual disputes and other business claims
- Real estate conflicts and construction defects
- Contested probate and guardianships
- Complex family law matters such as high-asset divorces and child custody cases
We work tirelessly to ensure that we are prepared for whatever path your case may take. If litigation seems like it will be the only possible choice we have available to get results, we will be aggressive in our efforts to obtain an outcome that is in your best interests.
When Litigation Looms Contact Harrell, Stoebner & Russell, P.C.
It is not possible to resolve all legal disputes outside of the courtroom. Our firm has the resources and experience to take your case to trial when necessary. Contact us by completing our online contact form or calling us at to set up an initial consultation.