In law, more so than in any other field, the tenacity and perseverance of the lawyer are only two of the qualities which make a difference in the resolution of your case. Besides tenacity and perseverance, a lawyer should be ambitious and driven, book-smart and street-smart, quick on his feet but cautious with his words.
A lawyer should be ethical, courteous and considerate. He should be available, return your phone calls promptly or at least acknowledge your communication and inform you of the status of your case. A lawyer should be aggressive with the opposing party but effective enough in his tactics to resolve your case in the most efficient manner and with the least amount of litigation involved. Last but not least, your lawyer should be reasonable in his fees. We strive to be all the above and more. If your case involves family law matters, we want to help.
Michael G. Busby Jr. is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Bar Association, is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and is licensed to practice in the Federal Courts for the Southern District of Texas. Michael G. Busby Jr. and Andrew Iwata appear daily in at least one of the ten the Harris County family courts, and about twice a week in one of the three Fort Bend County Family Courts.
Property division & issues involving children are always intense and it’s imperative that you have an attorney on your side who has the optimal negotiation & proven trial skills so as to represent your case in the best way possible.
Busby & Associates is a bankruptcy and family law firm located in Houston, Texas. The firm represents clients in Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcies, foreclosure defense and loan modifications, wage garnishment and repossession, tax debt, creditor harassment, and a wide range of other bankruptcy and debt relief concerns. The firm’s family law practice areas include contested and uncontested divorce, child custody and support, litigation and appeals, restraining and protective orders, and other domestic law matters.