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Texas is what is known as a “no fault” state. One spouse does not have to be at fault in order for a divorce to be granted.Read More
Scherer Legal, PC is an experienced general civil practice law firm and provides professional legal services to clients in Frisco, Texas and the surrounding areas of Collin and Denton Counties.
We understand that every client and their needs are unique and we look to provide you with legal solutions that meet your goals and do so in a timely and cost effective manner. We believe it is important to keep clients informed about the status of their case and provide them with the personal attention they deserve.
If you live in Frisco, Plano, Carrollton, The Colony, Little Elm, McKinney, Oak Point, Cross Roads, Prosper, Gunter, and Celina and need a lawyer or professional legal advice, feel free to contact us.
Texas is what is known as a “no fault” state. One spouse does not have to be at fault in order for a divorce to be granted.View Practice Detail
Probate is essentially the legal process that occurs after a person dies that wraps up their legal affairs with respect to the disposition of their property and payment of their debts.View Practice Detail
Most people owe some type of debt that typically includes car loans, home mortgages, credit cards, or civil judgments.View Practice Detail
Most people want to pay their bills on time. However, they sometimes experience financial problems due to events such as loss of a job or medical expenses.View Practice Detail
The operation of public schools in Texas is a fairly specialized area that covers a number of different areas.View Practice Detail
In Texas, there are many statutes that pertain to real estate or real property as it is commonly known, and many are found in the Texas Property Code.View Practice Detail
Business law encompasses a wide range of issues and areas. For example, if you are in the process of starting a new business, we can assist you in deciding if forming a partnership, corporation, limited liability corporation, joint venture, or sole proprietorship is the best option.View Practice Detail