Managing Attorney

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Jeanie “Yuchen” Zhang: Founder and Managing Attorney 

I started my career as an immigration attorney. After I got married in Austin and am happily living with my husband and two beautiful daughters, I realized how important estate planning is, and understand what catastrophe the asset distribution would be if my husband and I don’t have certain documents in place. I often work with busy parents and business owners. I developed 3 simple steps to complete the entire design of your estate planning. 

My focus is to help families avoid collapse after the death or disability of a loved one. My job is to educate my community on what will happen if certain documents are not in place when you die or become incapacitated. I have advised hundreds of families through the estate planning process. I have ensured your family and loved ones stay out of court and out of conflict. 

Licenses: 

Ilinois Bar Association

Experience
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6+ countries have been served 

1000+ cases have been filed

800+ clients have been served 

Of Counsel

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Attorney Erica Larson is a born-and-bred Texas attorney. She received her BA in Criminology from St. Edwards University before earning her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Erica is licensed in Texas and has enthusiastically gained experience in both personal injury and family law.  

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After Erica graduated from law school, Erica has committed to helping her clients with various legal matters including divorce, personal injury, and estate planning. No legal issue is too small or too big for Erica to help her clients through. When not striving to advocate for her clients, Erica can be found reading a good book, hanging out with her dogs, or enjoying nature.  

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Member: 

Texas Bar Association  

 

Licenses:  

Texas Bar Association 

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Education: 

J.D. Lewis & Clark Law School  

B.A. in Criminology, St. Edwards University 

Of Counsel

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Attorney Valerie Cavitt is a born-and-bred Texas attorney. She received her BA in Mass Communication from Texas State before earning her law degree from Appalachian Law School in Virginia. The Texas Bar admitted attorney Cavitt to practice law in 2014. Clients note Valerie’s hard work, professionalism, and honesty as her particularly noticeable traits. They also cite her empathy and communication as her strong suits.

Valerie focuses on practicing two areas of law: criminal defense and personal injury. As a defense attorney, she recognizes that sometimes, clients make mistakes. Instead of judging a client for their past, she focuses on helping them establish a better future by beating their charges. She also assists clients who were injured because of someone else’s actions. Her skill as a personal injury attorney has helped clients recoup financial compensation related to their injuries.

Member:

Texas Bar Association 

Licenses: 

Texas Bar Association

Education:

J.D. Appalachian Law School

B.A. in Mass Communication, Texas State College 

Case Manager/Paralegal

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Kevin Sanchez: Spanish-Speaking Case Manager

Case Manager Kevin Sanchez was born in an immigrant family. His mother is from Honduras and his father is from Colombia. Kevin is a native Spanish speaker and is fluent in English.

His parents immigrated to the U.S. decades ago so he inherited the Latino culture and can thus easily connect with Hispanic clients who face the complexity of the U.S. immigration system and bear the emotional weight of going through such a long process. He understands the fear and challenges many immigrants have been facing. It is a brave move to leave everything behind and move to the U.S. to pursue a better opportunities for families. He is motivated to help them make their American dreams come true.

As a case manager at Springdale Law Group, Kevin has developed a deep interest in immigration law. He mainly focuses on family-based immigration, business immigration, VAWA, asylum, U-visa, and SIJ visas. He has helped immigrants unite in the U.S., and helped entrepreneurs to expand their business to the U.S.

In addition, he has contributed his time to mastering family law and elder law. He aims to devote himself to helping Hispanic families in terms of divorce disputes, child support, spousal maintenance, child custody, will, living trust, and elder law.

Education:

B.A. in Criminal Justice, University of Houston