Family Law, including Business Valuation and Litigation, Estate Division, Custody, Marital Agreements; Corporate Governance, General Contract & Business Issues, Construction, Extensive Personal Injury and Property Damage, and General Civil Litigation
Brad Nace is an aggressive, hard hitting lawyer whose caseload ranges from the most simplistic to the most contentious cases in Texas.
The goal is simple: analysis, advocacy, result driven performance.
Because we operate at the intersection of law, business, and family issues, we utilize multiple channels to advocate for – and advance – our clients’ interests.
The firm employs experts and professionals in the fields of finance, business valuation, investigations, and mental health professionals.
The firm is dedicated to high-stakes advocacy for matters that involve substantial individual and business exposure, cutting-edge legal issues, and the family dynamic.
With diverse experience in business and family law, and a reputation described by Dallas lawyers as being "tough," "ruthless," and "scary as shit" in the courtroom, the firm has without question established a solid reputation throughout Texas.
Our advocacy is simple: focused, driven, hardcore.
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A graduate of Baylor Law School, Brad handles family law litigation throughout Texas.
A graduate of NYU Law School, Kristi handles business and commercial litigation, as well as family law when business interests are inextricably intertwined in divorce.
In Cause No. 2018-003759-3, County Court at Law No. 3, Tarrant County, Nace, after 17 months of litigation, recently obtained a 6-0 jury verdict for plaintiff in just 37 minutes. Nace literally left opposing counsel speechless in the trial at rest/close.
Judgment was 5 times pre-suit offer.
An advocate for all, "Dad Talk Today" and "The Fathers' Rights Movement" both nationally recognized movements recently asked Nace to speak about legal issues affecting men with regard to the disproportionate awards of possession in America. Local broadcasts have also interviewed Nace about legal issues impacting his own cases.