Kunal attended Law School at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio and obtained his Juris Doctorate in 2010. He then took and passed the Texas Bar Exam and stated practicing law in 2011. After passing the Texas Bar Exam Kunal opened and began operating a small law practice in Arlington. As a solo practitioner, Kunal has had experience in handling a variety cases and has been involved in all aspects of litigation from pretrial negotiations, to jury trials and post judgment disputes. Kunal has been successful in representing his clients through his commitment to providing quality legal representation through careful case preparation and his client-centered focus. Kunal handles a variety Criminal Law cases from Misdemeanors to Felonies. He has experience in representing clients with DWI’s/DUI’s, Drug Possessions, Assault/Family Violence, Probation and Bond Revocations, Record Expunctions and Non-Disclosures, Kunal also handles Family Law cases involving Divorces, Complex Property Divisions, Complex Custody Disputes, Child Support Cases, Temporary Orders, Protective Orders, Contempt Hearings, Post Divorce Issues, Enforcement Motions, and Mediations.
SHAWN C. LANEY
Shawn Laney received his degree as a Doctor of Jurisprudence from St. Mary’s University School of Law in May 2012. During his studies at St. Mary’s, Shawn earned the Pro Bono Service Certificate by representing indigent clients in civil matters as a student attorney at the St. Mary’s Center for Legal and Social Justice. Shawn also interned under Judge Tom Rickhoff of Bexar County Probate Court Number Two, where he first discovered his passion for work in legal matters related to probate, guardianship, and estate planning.
Shawn began his legal career in November 2012 by representing a client in court the day after he received his law license. Since that time, Shawn has represented clients in a diverse array of legal matters including probate, guardianship, criminal defense, family law, consumer law, property and landlord-tenant disputes, personal injury, and medical malpractice. Shawn has also advised and represented clients in matters involving estate planning, contract and business formation, real estate transactions, and sales of small aircraft.
Today, Shawn focuses his practice on helping his clients navigate the treacherous waters of probate and guardianship matters while continuing to provide representation in a broad spectrum of legal practice. Shawn especially enjoys advising his clients about how best to plan for future security and prosperity through effective estate planning.
Shawn is a member in good standing of the State Bar of Texas, the Dallas Bar Association, the Tarrant County Bar Association, the Collin County Bar Association, the Denton County Bar Association, and the Plano Bar Association.