Law Office of Ray Vale, Jr., PC

family, criminal and bankruptcy attorney(s)

     Juvenile law


Unlike adult criminal cases, juveniles face a complicated system that is a mix of civil and criminal law. There is generally no bonds available to a child arrested for a criminal offense. Rather, there are release hearings commonly referred to as a "detention" proceeding. The right to a jury trial is a statutory and not constitutional right and there are other important differences that can affect the outcome of a child's case. It is important to have an experienced firm that understands and knows the law. We have been helping families for over 21 years with juvenile cases in and around Bexar County, Texas. We also offer record sealing services so that a child's records cannot be used  when applying for a job, college or military service. The initial consultation is free and we offer flexible payment plans. Our office also accepts most major credit cards.

Criminal


When you are arrested and charged with a criminal offense, your family and livelihood are at stake. It is important that you have an experienced attorney.  Our office handles drug cases, D.W.I. cases, motions to revoke probation, family violence cases, and protective orders.  We also handle administrative hearings for license suspensions and request for occupational licenses. We work hard to defend you in and out of the court. The initial consultation is free and we offer flexible payment plans. Our office also accepts most major credit cards.

Family


Nothing disrupts the serenity of a home like a divorce, dispute over child custody and visitation, or an investigation by Child Protective Services. We understand that you need a law firm that is going to make the law work for you so that you rights are protected. From the initial consultation to the preparations for trial, our office works with you each step of the way. Most initial consultations are free and we offer flexible payment plans. Our office also accepts most major credit cards.

Bankruptcy


Sometime  a loss of a job, illness, injury or divorce can cause financial hardship. You find yourself falling behind with your bills, mortgage or car payment. The creditors  begin calling and the collection letters begin to pile up. It may be time to look at filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our office can help  you navigate through the law and requirements so that you can protect your home or car. The initial consultation is free and we offer flexible payment plans.