Law Office of Daniel A. Ruiz
Law Office of Daniel A. Ruiz

Law Office of Daniel A. Ruiz

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Introduction: I believe my legal services optimize value to the client when compared to legal services offered by higher-priced attorneys in the Greater Houston Area. I also focus my practice on the client's goals, which do not always necessitate litigation. Being a solo practitioner allows me to have flexibility in controlling the quality and direction of my legal services, while also allowing me to spend time with my family.

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15 years in business

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John D.
Mar 8, 2015
Daniel represented me during my "uncontested" divorce, as if there is such a thing? His service was exceptional. He listened first intently and without interruption. He paraphrased back to me my request and expectations as he understood them. Then he and I collaborated on a plan of action, yes he actually included me in the brainstorming! He explained what he needed from me to be successful. He took care of the court filings as a good attorney should and ensured I got notarized copies of everything. He guided me every step of the way and for this I am grateful. He never promised me anything he couldn't deliver. He was honest. Imagine that, an honest lawyer, I guess they do exist after all! I highly recommend his services. If what you require is outside his area of expertise, he will let you know up front; and if possible recommend a colleague better suited to your needs. Pardon the pun.

License Type: Attorney (TX)


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    I have a flexible pricing system, depending on the type of legal matter and sometimes the facts of the case. Please call for details.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    Every year all licensed attorneys are required to meet minimum Continuing Legal Education (CLE) requirements. In Texas, attorneys are required to fulfill a set number of hours of accredited legal education for both legal studies and courses in ethics.or professional responsibility. The types of CLE accepted are diverse and can include personal study (some), seminars, training sessions, speaking events, online training, etc. I meet these requirements every year, and I plan on continuing my required legal education every year until I retire.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    Looking back, I remember that before I decided to become a lawyer, I had to fight to win custody of my oldest child. I was very young and an infantryman in the Army at the time, but the circumstances demanded maturity, and this new kind of fight gave my life even greater meaning and purpose. In that position many years ago, a caring and thoughtful attorney was there to counsel and represent me, and working together with her made a huge and fulfilling difference in my life!

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