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Fryar Law Firm, P.C.

Fryar Law Firm, P.C. is located in Houston, Texas. Fryar Law Firm, P.C. is a registered Texas professional corporation. Our only office is located at 912 Prairie, Suite 100, Houston, Texas 77002.

Unless otherwise stated, the attorneys at Fryar Law Firm, P.C.are licensed to practice only in the courts of Texas, and Fryar Law Firm P.C.'s practice involves primarily Texas corporations or companies owned by Texas residents. While there are broad similarities in the business organizations laws across the United States, there are also significant differences from state to state, and Fryar Law Firm, P.C. does not claim any expertise in the laws of other jurisdictions. While we frequently advise clients regarding legal issues involving other jurisdictions, all potential clients must understand that Fryar Law Firm PC engages in the practice of law only in Texas and is subject to the laws and ethical standards governing the Texas bar. We may represent a client before a court outside of Texas only if qualified local counsel is also engaged on the matter and the particular court has granted a motion to admit Fryar Law Firm, P.C. to practice in that court on a case-specific basis ("pro hac vice"). Every client or potential client who contacts Fryar Law Firm, P.C. understands and agrees that any legal services are rendered solely in Texas and are solely governed by the Texas Rules of Professional Responsibility and other Texas law, unless and until Fryar Law Firm, P.C. is admitted to practice in another jurisdiction. The attorneys at Fryar Law Firm, P.C. are not Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and are not certified as an "expert" or "specialist" pursuant to any authority governing the practice of law in Texas.

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This site provides general information about our firm and the law in our primary area of practice. The legal information presented on this site, and on any companion sites and blogs maintained by Fryar Law Firm, P.C., is provided solely as a public information service for entrepreneurs, shareholders, business owners, and business lawyers about areas of the law in which we practice. Nothing on this website is not intended to provide legal advice. Reviewing this website or using information contained on it does not make you a client of Fryar Law Firm, P.C. Please Note: You do not become a client of Fryar Law Firm, P.C. by scheduling an initial appointment, sending us an email, or otherwise communicating with us. You are not a client until we agree to accept an engagement as your attorney, which acceptance will be documented in writing. Do not send any confidential materials if you are not a client. Our communications are not privileged until you become a client.

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