Protecting Texans From A Variety Of Legal Problems Since 2000
When a legal challenge threatens your future, it is crucial that you hire an attorney who can help you and who cares deeply about your well-being. Attorney Patricia Cantu draws from more than 20 years of experience to help people with a variety of problems related to criminal defense, business law, estate planning and probate. Since 2000, Cantu Law Firm, P.C., has served clients in Galveston County and throughout the southeast coast of Texas.
The Experience To Defend Your Rights
Ms. Cantu can defend you tenaciously from a range of misdemeanors and felonies. She has appeared at trial dozens of times to fight for her clients. In her decades of practice, some of the charges she has handled include:
- Drug possession, trafficking and manufacture
- Assault and battery
- Firearm charges
- Fraud and other white collar crimes
- Cases with aggravating factors
One of the issues she cares deeply about is expungement – also called expunction. Through expungement, you have the chance to clear your criminal record so employers, landlords, creditors and educational institutions cannot see qualifying offenses. However, the process is complex and requires experienced guidance.
Setting Your Business Up For Success
The world of business law is immensely complex, filled with regulations and other minefields. Patricia Cantu can navigate regulatory compliance, business formation and planning, and dispute resolution with you. Her goal is to help your company today and in the long term.
Compassionate End-Of-Life Legal Help
Thinking about death is never easy. However, Ms. Cantu wants to help you create a will and estate plan so you can protect your loved ones’ futures. If you are an executor, personal representative, trustee or another interested party, she can guide you through estate administration and probate.
Discuss Your Needs In A Free Consultation
Whether you need her to stand up against the criminal justice system, create a will or litigate a business dispute, Ms. Cantu is prepared to represent you. You can call her Galveston office at 713-570-6698 or send her an email to set up a free, no-obligation phone consultation.