I am one of the firm's founders and the senior attorney in the office. After years of working in Houston, I moved to Hays County, one of the fastest growing counties in the US. This move made it possible for me to enjoy the quality of life available in the Texas Hill Country, while still practicing law.
The emphasis on my work has been the representation of individuals and small businesses. This is a natural fit since I grew up in small communities where my father, an ordained minister, preached for more than 50 years. My life was influenced by the knowledge that good people often suffer misfortune and times of crisis, and I always wanted to help make things better.
I think clients seek my help because they know intuitively that I care about them, and will work diligently to develop a knowledge of the facts, issues and law regarding their situation. My goal is to understand my client's circumstance and needs, and then, with care, compassion and competence, to work with them toward a common sense, cost-effective solution.
In addition to the hundreds of individuals I have represented,
I am proud to also have been of service to the following non-profit organizations:
Wimberley Lion's Club
Wimberley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Center
Wimberley Education Foundation
Arts for the Heart
CATS, Inc. (Coats and Tennis Shoes)
Harbor Lights Ministries, Inc.
Buda Lion's Club
City of Wimberley
Texas Public Schools in Dallas, Whitney and Azle
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas State University
Doctorate of Jurisprudence from South Texas Collage of Law
Don's Legal Work History
Partner in Mounger & Campbell since 1988
Municipal Judge for the City of Wimberley 2005-2008