Why Choose Us?

We provide professional legal advice throughout Waco, and all central Texas. Our practice has grown from one attorney to four, by providing clients exceptional service and letting word of mouth dictate our growth. We have a Spanish Speaking Legal Assistance and a Paralegal.

At Simer & Tetens, we do it all. We have served clients facing divorce, bankruptcy, criminal charges, deportation, estate planning, and much more. Our diverse experience prepares us to fight for you, no matter what your situation. Whether it be providing financial relief or representing you aggressively in court, we stand by our promise to serve you with dedication and respect.

Call the lawyers at Simer & Tetens today at (254) 412-2300 for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your accident.

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Practice Areas

Our Waco Attorneys provide a wide variety of services.

  • Immigration

    If you plan to immigrate to or work in the U.S., navigating America's closed borders can be disheartening and confusing. Let us help.

  • Criminal Defense

    If you are charged with a crime, you need defense. Let our attorneys pursue the best outcome for you.

  • Family Law

    When it comes to family matters, our compassionate, knowledgeable attorneys can guide you through the entire process.

  • Civil Law

    Civil matters can have life-long effects. Let us represent you and pursue your justice and your best interests.

  • Estate Planning

    Although it feels overwhelming, planning for your future is one of the best things that you can do for yourself and your loved ones.

  • Bankruptcy

    Financial struggles are an affliction that threatens your quality of life. Bankruptcy may feel like a hole you can't get out of, but you have options.

Legal Articles

You likely have many questions regarding your case and the law. Check out our legal articles to get answers today.

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