Amir Tavakoli | Iranian Family & Divorce Lawyer in Houston, Texas, TX
We understand that dealing with legal issues is stressful.
Whether faced with a lawsuit or legal questions you need answers to, we are here to walk you through every step.
Located in North Houston, near Spring, TX and Woodlands, TX, the A.T. Law Firm represents clients in a collection of cases:
Divorce and family matters, criminal cases, and car accidents.
We also speak Spanish, Farsi (Persian), and Kurdish.
We firmly believe that our clients needs and desires are paramount. Our mission is to provide personal and professional legal services at a reasonable cost.
What, then, is law? It is the collective organization of the individual right to lawful defence. Each of us has a natural right to defend his person, his liberty, and his property.
These are the three basic requirements of life, and the preservation of any one of them is completely dependent upon the preservation of the other two.
For what are our faculties but the extension of our individuality?
And what is property but an extension of our faculties?
We understand these concepts and the importance of the right to defend yourself, your property, and your liberty.
Thus, we provide compassionate, caring, competitive, and aggressive representation for your legal needs.
Amir Tavakkoli, a founder of the firm, was the Vice President of his law school class and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Amir received his associate degree from Lone Star Community College and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Houston with a double degree in Political Science and Sociology.
His legal and political experiences include working with Judge Kyle Carter in the 125th Harris County Civil Courthouse, U.S. Representative Al Green, State Representative Garnet Coleman, the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition, and the Houston Bar Association.
Amir was also a research assistant at his law school. Amir was an active member of the international moot court team while in law school and competed nationally. He also served as an associate member and later as the research assistant for the Thurgood Marshall Law Review.
He has been able to publish several articles with the Journal of Law and Social Deviance, Arizona Summit Law Review, Indiana Universitys public review, and the Student Appeal. Amir has also set aside time to volunteer at various organizations including volunteering at St.
Luke Hospitals emergency room, spending time with seriously ill children being treated in Texas Medical Center member institutions and working for the Habitat for Humanity. Amir has successfully tried judge and jury cases in a family, criminal, and civil matters.