My name is Bryan Willis and I am a lawyer in Tyler, Texas practicing in the areas of divorce, family law, and probate law.
I represent clients in counties across East Texas including Smith County, Anderson County, Gregg County, Henderson County, Rusk County, Van Zandt County, and Wood County.
I am excited to come to the office every day with the opportunity to help my clients.
Too often I hear people complain about attorneys who charge too much, won’t return calls, or are just impossible to get in touch with. I hear complaints that clients only speak with assistants or paralegals instead of the attorney responsible for their case.
That will not happen at my office.
My office is focused on providing the best customer service possible. You and I will work together closely, as partners, to make sure that we achieve the best resolution of your case that we can.
Trust and communication are the two most important factors in the attorney-client relationship. I handle each and every matter personally, from opening to close. Everything in my office is focused on earning your trust and keeping you informed. If you call and I am not available immediately, then I will return your call or e-mail promptly, usually within a few hours.
I respect the fact that clients trust me with some of the most important matters in their lives and I will not abuse that trust.
Visit one of the links below to learn more about the areas in which my firm offers legal services.
What Are Reimbursement Claims In Divorce?
Reimbursement claims can affect how property is divided in a Texas divorce case. This article explains what reimbursement claims are and how they affect a just and right division of property.
New Texas Law Makes Modifying Child Custody And Support Orders Easier
The State of Texas changed the law affecting how parties prove whether a material and substantial change in circumstances occurred in modification cases.
Dividing a Business in Divorce
This article provides an overview of many of the issues that arise when a divorcing couple owns a business.
Joint Managing Conservatorship vs Sole Managing Conservatorship
This article provides an overview of the various types of conservatorship in a divorce or other child custody decision in Texas.
Texas Probate 101
This article provides a high level overview of probate in the State of Texas including the purpose of probate as well as probate versus non-probate assets.
How Is Debt Divided In Divorce?
This article discusses how debt is handled during a Texas divorce and how to protect yourself from debt after the divorce.
The Basics of Child Custody
This article provides a high level overview of the basic issues involved in child custody for both divorces and other family law matters in Texas.
What is a QDRO in divorce?
It is likely that you will hear the term “QDRO” discussed at some point in your divorce case. This article provides background information on what a QDRO is in divorce.
Here Is What You Need to Know If You Are Thinking About Divorce
If you found this page, then you are probably going through a very difficult time and contemplating divorce from your spouse. This article is designed