Tyler | East Texas | Attorney | Lawyer | Construction | Business | Real Estate | Law
Willis Jarrel, Jr., P.C. is a Texas professional corporation based in Tyler, Smith County, Texas. Mr. Willis Jarrel, Jr. is the practicing attorney for Willis Jarrel, Jr., P.C.
Willis Jarrel, Jr. has practiced law in East Texas since 1986, primarily concentrating in construction, business and real property law.
During that time, it has been his privilege to assist his construction clients with their legal needs, including contract drafting and negotiation, mechanic lien claims, surety bond claims, construction trust fund act disputes, delay claims, contract disputes, and other related matters. This representation has included mediations, arbitrations, trials and appeals.
Mr. Jarrel's business practices includes new business formations and counseling established businesses to efficiently resolve their problems. In particular, Mr. Jarrel has a long-established practice in commerical collections, with an established record of recovering clients' debts. Although based in Tyler, Mr. Jarrel has an active practice in East Texas, including Smith County and all contiguous counties.
Mr. Jarrel has aided clients in a wide spectrum of real estate transactions as well as litigating a wide variety of disputes.
Mr. Jarrel's approach to his practice is simple: effective representation through technology and efficiency, a dedication to ongoing education, knowledge, and honest assesments. Mr. Jarrel is honored to have long term relationships with his clients and continually strives to help his clients reach their goals through the law.
References are available on request.
Reaching clients' goals in East Texas
Services offered in the East Texas area including ths cities of Tyler, Longview, Palestine, Marshall, Athens, Rusk, Gilmer, Canton, Quitman, and Henderson and the following counties; Cherokee County, Texas, Gregg County, Texas, Harrison County, Texas, Henderson County, Texas, Rusk County, Texas, Smith County, Texas, Upshur County, Texas, Van Zandt County, Texas and Wood County, Texas.
“Not Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization”