Our experienced Dallas attorneys offer legal expertise in estate planning, probate law, will contests, family law, divorce, and personal injury law.

The Ashmore Law Firm, PC has provided Dallas residents with legal services of the highest quality for over 30 years. If you need legal assistance in any of these practice areas, contact The Ashmore Law Firm at 214-559-7202.


Family Law / DivorceFamily Law / Divorce

Families change: people marry; babies are born; children are adopted; there are divorces and deaths. When a change takes place in your family, you want a lawyer that will protect your interests and those of all your loved ones.

Estate Planning, Wills & TrustsEstate Planning, Wills & Trusts

You've worked hard, and with proper estate planning, you can preserve your assets for your children and grandchildren. We can help you write a will, form a trust, and advise you on the most effective way to protect your assets.  We also offer free educational presentations.

Probate / Will ContestProbate / Will Contest

Probate is a process that occurs after someone dies. The probate process can seem daunting, but not to worry. Having an experienced probate attorney by your side will help ease your worries. 


A guardianship in Texas allows you to protect a loved one. It is a court process where the court appoints someone who has legal responsibility over the care and management of a person or estate of an incapacitated individual who cannot act for himself or herself.

Personal InjuryPersonal Injury

Personal Injuries may include anything from vehicle accidents to medical malpractice, slip and fall to wrongful death. This can be devastating to a family. Our lawyers will diligently pursue your case until it is resolved.

General Civil LitigationGeneral Civil Litigation

Our group of litigators and trial attorneys are ready to assist you in any business civil litigation matters, whether simple or complex. These services include business and corporate litigation, IP or Intellectual Property Litigation, Contract disputes, subrogation, landlord/tenant and other civil matter disputes.  


Mediation is a preferred method as a means to resolve disputes, before and after a lawsuit has been filed, typically saving time and money.