Since 1993, Texas Attorney John E. Macey has represented numerous clients in a variety of cases including appeals; bankruptcy (representing both debtors and creditors); business (transactional and litigation); construction (mechanic’s and materialman’s liens, construction disputes and litigation on behalf of property owners, prime or original contractors and subcontractors); federal and state criminal defense (felony, misdemeanor, parole revocation); disability/elder law (guardianship and advanced care planning); family law (divorces, adoptions, child custody and child support); juvenile law (children accused of engaging in delinquent conduct or conduct indicating a need for supervision, TYC parole revocation); personal injury (primarily mass tort/toxic tort defense – asbestosis, mesothelioma, silicosis and benzene exposure); automobile injury cases representing the injured party; probate and estate cases involving Wills, estate administrations and heirships; real estate transactions (acquisitions, foreclosures, landlord-tenant disputes representing lenders, lien-holders, landlords and property owners), and tax suits.
Prior to becoming an attorney in 1993, Mr. Macey had been a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker, a licensed stockbroker (General Securities Registered Representative – series 7 & 63), a restaurant manager, a mortgage banker, and a construction worker.
The varied experience Mr. Macey brings to a case gives him a unique perspective and approach to problem solving. He would be happy to talk to you about your case. Contact the office should you have questions about representation.