William C. Biggs is an attorney who focuses his practice in the area of commercial and employment litigation, business formation, and real estate transactions.
Graduated the University of Chicago School of Law in 2012. While in law school, he helped found a legal clinic for the benefit of victims of domestic violence. He was also the secretary of the Health Law Society and a member of the Texas Law Society and International Law Society.
In addition to his legal work, William is Vice President of the Amarillo Local Government Corporation, overseeing negotiation and drafting of contracts related to the City of Amarillo's downtown revitalization.
- Business Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
- Employment Law
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Fixed fees arrangements available for landlord/tenant and bankruptcy matters.
- Mullin Hoard & Brown, LLP
- - Current
- University of Chicago
- J.D. (2012)
- University of Texas - Austin
- B.A. (2009) | Psychology
- State Bar of Texas # 24082691
- Q. In Texas how long can you retain a lawyer before filling chapter 7.
- A: It depends on the lawyer. Chapter 7 lawyers usually charge the full fee up front because, like most other debts, anything you owed them at the end of the bankruptcy proceeding would be discharged. For that reason many bankruptcy attorneys will actually work out a payment plan with you, and some may even be willing to start putting things together before you have fully paid for the service. Best advice, call around and find someone willing to work with you.