Drew | McCallum
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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 get back to business.
Drew | McCallum – Protecting Your Business
Are you overwhelmed by legal questions about your business and unsure where to turn? Have a legal dispute requiring litigation or arbitration? Do you need a fresh perspective on your business strategies and HR matters? You’re in the right place. We provide litigation services, business services, and general counsel to owners, executives, and entrepreneurs in a variety of industries. Using cutting-edge technology, we make working with us easy and convenient. Whether you are considering forming an entity, in a new business startup, or running a family business or established company, we are here to serve and assist you. We routinely help businesses with litigation/arbitration, contracts and documents, general counsel services, employee/HR issues, and a variety of other business issues. We have tried and arbitrated business disputes in courts all over Texas. We have the experience and industry knowledge your business demands. Visit our business law practice pages for more detailed information about the services we can offer you and your business. Schedule a free telephone consultation to discuss your business matter with us, and let us show you how we can benefit your business.
Drew | McCallum – Protecting Your Family
We have tried and arbitrated highly contested divorce and family cases in courts all over Texas. When experience is demanded, you want nothing but the best. Our focus is on your needs, your goals, and unparalleled customer service. Using cutting-edge technology, we make the process as easy and convenient for you as possible. Whether your divorce is simple or complex, high-asset or just a house and a couple of cars, we are here to help. Property division and custody issues can be overwhelming. We work with you on property division and custody arrangements that best suit yours and your children’s current and future needs. If you’re looking for divorce alternatives that get you out of the clogged court system, are more private, and better suited to your circumstances, consider collaborative divorce or arbitration. Are there few or no disputes? Consider an uncontested divorce process. We are committed to resolving divorce and family law matters through the process best suited to you and your circumstances. Visit our family law practice pages for more detailed information about the firm’s family law services.
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What is "Fired For Cause"? Check Your Contracts and Policies. "Fired For Cause" - what does that mean? This question came up in an interesting article about the recent firing by Texas A&M of its head football coach Kevin Sumlin. Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek said, "To me, losing [...]
I'm Thinking About Divorce - What Now? You're up nights thinking about divorce. You can't sleep. You're not doing well at work. You don't know what to do. Can your relationship be saved? Divorce is such an ugly word, but there seems to be no avoiding it. You [...]
Business Was Awarded To Me In Our Divorce Decree - What Now? So you've divorced and your business was awarded to you in the divorce decree. Now what? Many people believe the divorce decree is all that's needed to handle transfer of ownership. The truth is there is more [...]
Prenup and Postnup Agreements - What Do They Do? Have you wondered about prenup or postnup agreements and what they are? You may have wondered whether you need a prenup agreement. Or, you may be thinking about starting a business and wondered if you need a postnup agreement to [...]