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About Carl & Tavel

Small Firm Attention, Big Law Firm Results

Conveniently located in New Caney, Texas, Carl & Tavel is a local law firm dedicated to providing professional and personalized legal services to clients across Montgomery and Harris counties. As a small office, clients are able to work directly with their attorneys from the beginning to the end of their case. You’ll know who your attorney is and benefit from the most experienced minds on our legal team. We take pride in delivering quality solutions and establish lasting attorney-client relationships.

What makes our firm unique?

  • 30+ years of legal experience
  • Excellent reputation among local judges
  • Personalized attention to your case
  • Responsive & accessible counsel
  • Accurate and tailored solutions
  • Seasoned courtroom experience

Whether you need legal guidance through divorce, assistance with a will or probate matter, or looking for a solution to a business dispute, we can guide you through the legal road ahead and protect your best interests. Our team is also competent at representing cases in the courtroom when necessary. We work closely with each client to develop legal strategies that are tailored to your specific needs. Our team has vast experience handling matters ranging from run-of-the-mill uncontested divorces to complex custody issues.

Serving Harris County, New Caney, Porter & Kingwood

If you would like to learn more about how we can assist you with your legal matter, feel free to contact our office to schedule a consultation. We can review the details of your case and help you explore your options at this time.

We provide flexible scheduling and can accommodate appointments at your convenience.

Call (281) 377-1348 to get started with a free and confidential consultation.

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