Centerville, Texas

The Law Offices of Charley Johnson

The Law Offices of Charley Johnson

117 N. Cass Street
Centerville, TX 75833
903-536-2185
The Law Offices of Charley Johnson, Divorce and Family Attorneys, Services, Centerville, Texas

For over 35 years, The Law Offices of Charley Johnson has been protecting the legal rights and claims of Centerville, TX, residents, both in and out of the courtroom. Guided by Christian principles, attorney Charley Johnson is committed to providing complete honesty, integrity, and forthrightness to each case. Whether assisting a client through the emotional aspects of a divorce or representing them on criminal charges, he and his team ensure that each individual remains informed on the progress of their case and that they are given truthful direction as to how to proceed.

Born and raised in Texas, Charley Johnson attended Texas State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. He then went to South Texas College of Law, where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence. Upon earning his J.D., he stayed in the Houston area, where he not only practiced law but also served as a special judge for the Harris County Criminal Courts. After 23 years, Charley moved to Buffalo, TX, where he opened his own practice.

Attorney Charley Johnson passionately represents Centerville residents in the following areas of law:

  • Family 
  • Probate
  • Criminal 
  • Real Property
  • Estate Planning

Charley understands how emotionally, physically, and economically draining legal disputes can be. As a result, he does everything possible to settle each client’s case outside of court. However, when necessary, he and his team are prepared to aggressively advocate for a client’s rights in front of a judge and jury. 

If you or a loved one are in need of legal assistance and want to work with an attorney who is open, honest, and different from the rest, Charley Johnson, Attorney At Law, is prepared to serve you. Call The Law Offices of Charley Johnson at (903) 536-2185 to schedule a consultation today. Visit their website to learn more about their services.

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