Put Your Trust In A Dedicated Professional
When navigating the legal system, you need a strong advocate by your side. Marcus Wilkerson has worked with clients throughout Texas who are facing the most complicated situations. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Wilkerson earned a bachelor’s degree in social work. He understands how getting pulled into the justice system affects your life and your family. He will do everything in his power to fight for the best possible result and does not back down from a challenge.
Working With Clients From All Walks Of Life
Having someone in your corner is key. Attorney Marcus Wilkerson takes pride in his ability to communicate honestly. It is his job to listen to your concerns, judgement-free. The fact of the matter is that people make mistakes all the time. It doesn’t mean it should follow you for the rest of your life. He is here to assess your case and help you move forward. To read about his qualifications, you can click on his biography below:
No matter where you are at in the process, the smartest thing you can do is get experienced representation. The sooner, the better. This gives him more time to examine all areas of your case and prepare. That being said, it doesn’t matter how much time you have together. He will always do what he can to help his clients. He has handled cases in the following practice areas:
- Criminal charges, such as drunk driving and drug accusations
- Family law cases, specifically high-asset divorces
- Estate planning, for those who want to plan for the future
- Property law, for both real property and personal property
It is crucial to have the right attorney by your side. Don’t put yourself at risk. Trust an attorney who will give you the individualized attention you deserve.
Worried About Legal Fees? Wilkerson Accepts Pro Bono Cases
If you’re facing a battle in the courtroom but aren’t sure how you’re going to pay the bill, Marcus Wilkerson can help. He takes pro bono cases for people who qualify for pro bono work under the Jefferson County Bar income guidelines. Mr. Wilkerson believes strongly that all people deserve strong legal representation regardless of their means. If you need legal help but can’t afford to hire an attorney, contact the Jefferson County Pro Bono program by calling 409-835-4971.
Call Today To Learn More
Attorney Marcus Wilkerson is eager to help those who need it most. Call his office in Beaumont at 409-212-9655 to schedule a consultation today. You can also reach him by filling out this contact form online.