Hardesty Law Office
Your Family's Lawyer
Serving Ellis County & DFW
Conveniently and centrally located nearby in Midlothian, Texas, the Hardesty law office serves the entire DFW metroplex, including not only Ellis but Dallas and Tarrant Counties. The Hardesty Law Office was founded to provide legal services to individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations with the personal attention and legal expertise they deserve. We can assist you in all areas of law that touch on the family, such as divorces, child custody, child support, estate planning, probate, guardianship, and criminal matters. We also help incorporate clients in business formations, general counsel help and contract drafting.
- Yanitza Ambers
Today, I received the most wonderful news in regards to my case. Thank you so much, Lindsay Harrison & team. You guys have been such a blessing to me. The sweetest & most professional law office I know. Thank you for always keeping me up to date and being organized with everything that you do.
I honestly would give them a 10/10 & not only because they dismissed my case but because of how genuine, professional and organized that they are.
Your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed. I appreciate y’all so much !
- Chastiny Smith
Lindsay was so helpful with my difficult situation. I absolutely loved the level of attentiveness she gave. Would highly recommend.
- Demontre Brown
Mrs Lindsay Harrison was so good and amazing to me and my family I will definitely use her again
We are lucky to have such a wonderful group of people available to us in our community. Mr. Tim Hardesty has been very helpful and we have truly enjoyed going through this entire process of legal papers with him. His staff are all very friendly and helpful as well.. We never leave their office without feeling "heard", "job accomplished" and a smile on our faces.. I would recommend this law office to anyone who needs any kind of legal advice or legal work done.
Thank you Hardesty Law Office, Midlothian, Texas
Lindsay and her staff are amazing. Lindsay was extremely knowledgeable, and I would absolutely recommend her and her staff to my friends and family. If you need help, definitely give them a call.
- Teresa Fennell
Lindsey and her staff were so professional, respectful, informative and effective!!!! I am going to recommend her to everyone I know!!! Thank you Hardesty Law Firm for giving me peace of mind!!
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