Drew | McCallum – Protecting Your Business and Your Family

Drew | McCallum is a Texas law firm whose mission is to serve and protect your business and your family.  Our attorneys work hand-in-hand with you to provide the counsel and knowledge you need to make decisions, resolve issues and disputes, and get back to business.

We provide businesses, owners, executives, and entrepreneurs in a variety of industries with general counsel and business services, including: business formation and governance, general counsel services, disputes and litigation/arbitration, business contracts and negotiations, construction contracts and liens, payment disputes and collections, partner and shareholder disputes, leases, real estate title and sales, human resource matters, and employment and labor issues.  Visit our business law practice pages for more detailed information about the services we can offer you and your business.

We are also committed to bringing our formidable trial skills and legal expertise to the practice of family law.  We dedicate a substantial portion of our practice to helping Texas families with all areas of family law.  While many family law issues can be resolved without litigation, it is helpful to our clients to have trial attorneys at their side if needed.  Whether utilizing the litigation or arbitration process, alternative dispute resolution methods, or assistance with uncontested matters, we bring the same “more business/less drama” approach to our family law cases.  Visit our family law practice pages for more detailed information about these and other family law issues.

Business Law Areas Served

  • Energy
  • Construction
  • Professional Services
  • Retail
  • Restaurant
  • Real Estate Development
  • Technology
  • Equine Businesses

Family Law Matters Handled

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Collaborative Law
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Guardianships
  • Probate
  • LGBT Family Law

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