I left my old firm because of technology advances, changes in the way law is practiced in general over the past ten years, and more freedom to spend significant time away from the office but still conduct a viable practice.
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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 20, 2017
Richard T. Cheatham, PC is celebrating its second anniversary. “I left my old firm because of technology advances, changes in the way law is practiced in general over the past ten years, and more freedom to spend significant time away from the office but still conduct a viable practice,” said founding attorney Richard T. Cheatham, who has been licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas for over 33 years. “I can conduct my practice from almost anywhere yet still have access to legal research, word processing assistance, Skype/Facetime conferences, etc.”
Richard T. Cheatham, PC provides legal advice and counsel on matters involving estate planning, probate, real estate (commercial and residential), employment matters, entity selection, formation and governance (including non-profits) and general commercial and personal litigation matters. Attorney Cheatham has received the AV Preeminent peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell (the highest possible rating) and the Excellent rating by AVVO.
“Over a 10-year period of time, our family had the responsibility of providing care for my parents who both were suffering with dementia. They required assisted living and eventually a nursing home up until the time of their deaths,” said client David B. “Like many, we were not equipped to understand the legalities around protecting their estate. Fortunately, we were referred to Richard and he led us effectively through many months of heart-wrenching decisions. Richard was timely in his responses and advice, along with showing great compassion for our situation.”
In addition to practicing law, Cheatham, a naturalist since age 13, is passionate about community involvement and conservation. He recently adopted a 700-foot-long median on a Texas roadway and planted Bluebonnets, the state’s flower. “I chose the median on my street because the street name is Bluebonnet and I thought it would be fitting,” added Cheatham. “I planted approximately 3,000 seeds. Bluebonnets are annuals that are very proficient at reseeding themselves with a little care and they are as iconic to Texas as longhorns and oil wells.”
Cheatham is also the president of the DSC Foundation, a conservation program whose mission is to promote, establish, and conduct science-based research supporting sustainable use wildlife conservation and the role of well-regulated hunting.
About Richard T. Cheatham, PC
Richard T. Cheatham is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas and the Northern, Western and Southern Federal Districts, as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. He is a member of the Texas State Bar, and a current or past member of the American Bar Association, the Dallas Bar Association, the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. For more information, please call (214) 579-9121, or visit http://www.richardcheathamlaw.com. The law office is located at 4305 W. Lovers Lane, 2nd floor, Dallas, TX 75209.
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