Dallas and Fort Worth Debt Relief Lawyers
At Mitchell & Malone, we provide positive solutions for challenging problems in the areas of family law, divorce, bankruptcy, immigration, personal injury and criminal defense. Our attorneys are experienced, knowledgeable in the law, and determined to win.
For sound advice and skillful advocacy, turn to Mitchell & Malone.
Family Law · Divorce · Bankruptcy · Immigration · Personal Injury
Each of our attorneys focuses on particular areas of law. This enables us to provide responsive service and solutions tailored to your needs.
Al Malone guides clients through the divorce process and resolves related issues involving children, property and support. He also represents clients in personal injury and wrongful death matters.
Tiffany Mir began working in the area of immigration law in 1997. She helps individual and business clients obtain temporary and permanent residency visas, as well as U.S. citizenship.
Al Malone has extensive experience in the field of bankruptcy, seeking debt relief for clients through Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and non-bankruptcy solutions.
Responsive Service and Affordable Fees
At Mitchell & Malone, we pride ourselves on the quality representation and responsive service we provide. In your case, you will work directly with your attorney. We will listen to you and respond with results-oriented representation and compassionate counsel.
Our firm charges reasonable fees for services in the areas of family law, bankruptcy, immigration and criminal defense. We accept Visa and MasterCard, and in some legal matters we offer payment plans. Personal injury and wrongful death cases are accepted on a contingency basis — you will owe a fee only if we obtain compensation for you.
Representing Clients Throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
We can consult by phone or meet with you in our conveniently located offices in Southlake, Arlington, and Dallas, Texas.
To schedule a free initial case evaluation with an attorney, contact Al Malone.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.