One of the primary concerns of clients today is the increasing cost of legal services. We share this concern. We offer what is most important to you and your business, particularly in today’s competitive environment: Quality Service, Cost Consciousness, Versatility and Accountability.

Warren Law Firm has made quality service its primary concern. Although this concept is hard to quantify and compare, we know what it means to our clients. Our aim is to provide an efficient, effective resolution of your legal matters at a reasonable and fair cost. Our outstanding record of providing this level of service is derived, first and foremost, from the expertise and commitment of our attorneys and staff. We believe that the easiest way is not necessarily the best, and we place your success at the forefront of our action plan.

Responsiveness is another integral part of quality legal service at Warren Law Firm. We will respond to your communications promptly, and provide a finely crafted letter, pleading or contract when expected. Our size and our organization lend themselves to prompt, personalized service.


Bill Warren

William S. Warren

Senior Attorney

Allie Mattocks
Allison E. Mattocks

Associate Attorney


Attorneys at Warren Law Firm are prepared to assist you with a wide variety of legal matters. The focus of our services can be as broad or as narrow as your needs require. Led by Bill Warren, who has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987, we are comfortable acting as your courtroom advocate in any forum. With our extensive experience with issues affecting the multifamily industry, and a variety of small businesses, public and private, we can also help you formulate and implement a cost effective and efficient plan to address all your legal needs, including those in the following areas:

  • Landlord and Tenant Law
  • Housing Discrimination Defense
  • Leases and Real Estate Contracts
  • Debt Collection
  • Consumer Protection
  • Contract Drafting and Disputes
  • Litigation in All Courts
  • Employment Contracts and Disputes


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