Bryan D. Perkins, the firm’s founder, owner, and namesake, was educated at the University of Texas at Austin (BBA with highest honors) and the University of Texas School of Law (JD with honors). He is a Certified Public Accountant, member of the Texas Bar, the Colorado Bar, the Family Law and Labor and Employment Law Sections of the Dallas Bar Association, the Family Law, Labor & Employment Law and Litigation Sections of the Texas Bar, the Bar Associations of the Fifth and Tenth Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal, and the U S Tax Court.
Bryan Perkins is a McKinney Family Lawyer with a solid reputation for championing the rights of his clients. Family law matters can be tremendously stressful and you need a solid attorney who knows the local system and can help you navigate the legal environment. Taking important precautionary steps will greatly increase your chances of a favorable conclusion.
Employment law encompasses a broad spectrum of work-related matters: hiring and firing; establishing and enforcing workplace rules and regulations; employee job-performance and conduct; compensation and benefits; disputes between employers and employees and among co-workers; and compliance with state and federal laws governing hiring, firing and workforce management. You need an attorney who understands employment law and how to craft a winning legal strategy.
Running a business can be challenging to say the least. It requires hard work, perseverance, determination, and focus. To be successful, it will require you to invest money, time, attention, and effort. Because of all this, it can be quite easy to forget about the countless legal issues affecting small businesses. One of the most important relationships your business can forge is one with the right business lawyer.
Do you actually need a will or estate plan? To answer, let’s first examine what happens when you die without a will. Dying without a will is technically referred to as dying “intestate.” When this happens, it is the law that dictates the distribution of your “estate” and its assets. This means that there’s no guarantee that your estate will be distributed as you desire. That’s why you need an attorney who’s experienced in estate planning.