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Law Office of William J. Dyer

Attorney-at-Law ♦ Counselor ♦ Trial Advocate

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Law Office of William J. Dyer
1800 Saint James Place, Suite 105
Houston, Texas 77056-4109
281.536.4731 — voice
832.218.4698 — fax

If you are interested in hiring me, please contact me by email, rather than by telephone or other means. You'll likely have to leave a voicemail message if you phone, and I'm more likely to be able to review and respond to an email message more quickly.
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Office location

My office is in the Post Oak area, north of the Galleria. Take the San Felipe exit from West Loop 610, and proceed west (outbound) along San Felipe past both South Post Oak Road and Sage Road. At the third traffic light — a T-shaped intersection — a protected left-turn lane leads south onto the beginning of St. James Place. Two very large office towers also mark the southeast and southwest corners of that intersection, and your left turn onto St. James Place will take you between them. Just beyond the southwest tower (which bears signs for Schlumberger and Chase Bank), 1800 is the second of two five-story buildings on the right. The building's main entrance fronts on St. James Place, and there is free, tree-shaded visitor parking along either side. 

Suite 105, which I share with several other lawyers, is on the ground floor. If you're entering from the building's front (on St. James), you'll find Suite 105 at the end of a short hallway to your right, just before you reach the elevators.

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Confidentiality warning for potential new clients

Don't assume that I'm *YOUR* lawyer until I've specifically confirmed that with you in a Representation Agreement that contains both your signature and my signature. 

Reading this website creates no attorney-client relationship or privilege. Before you volunteer any secrets to me by phone or internet or in person, you must give me a fair chance to consider whether ethical or other reasons make that a bad idea. It usually takes me only moments to figure out — once I know who you are and, in general, why you're getting in touch.