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Jeffrey C. Brashear
Mr. Brashear is a trial attorney licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas. While attending law school, Mr. Brashear was a Guardian Ad Litem for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Duval County, Florida and received Pro Bono Honors. He has over 20 years of legal experience in a myriad of different areas.
Mr. Brashear began his legal career in the United States Navy Judge Advocate General Corps where he served for over eight years. His first duty station was Navy Legal Service Office Southeast (NLSO SE) in Jacksonville, Florida where he handled military property claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Mr. Brashear then became an elite member of the prosecution team with Trial Service Office Southeast (TSO SE) in Mayport, Florida where they prosecuted a myriad of cases including murder, rape, drug usage, drug possession, assault, family violence, embezzlement, theft, and other misdemeanor and felony cases. During Mr. Brashear’s final tour at Naval Legal Service Office Central (NLSO Central) in Gulfport, Mississippi; he handled a wide variety of legal issues such as Criminal Defense of both misdemeanor and felony cases, Divorces, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Child Support, Wills and Estate Drafting, Taxes, General Civil Litigation, Personal Injury issues and Business Contract matters. Mr. Brashear had the privilege to gain unparalleled trial experience during his military service.
After Mr. Brashear completed his military service, he stayed in Florida for three years handling a wide variety of legal matters to include both Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Civil Litigation. At the end of 2006, Mr. Brashear re-located to the Katy area and began practicing in Harris County, Fort Bend County, and other surrounding Texas counties.
Mr. Brashear currently handles and supervises the firm’s Felony and Misdemeanor Criminal Matters, Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Child Visitation, Business Creation, and Corporate Litigation matters.