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Law Office of Randy Michel - College Station, TX

College Station Family and Probate Attorney
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232 Southwest Parkway EastCollege Station, TX 77840-4662
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Law Office of Randy Michel Law Firm Overview

The College Station Law Office of Randy Michel provides comprehensive representation for challenging family law, probate and business litigation issues. Our attorneys focus substantial time, talent and energy on helping Texas clients pursue and obtain favorable outcomes to their cases. We also understand the immediate and collateral costs of litigation. We provide honest, straightforward evaluations and estimates. We are dedicated to providing exceptional client service.

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The College Station Law Office of Randy Michel provides comprehensive representation for challenging family law, probate and business litigation issues. Our attorneys focus substantial time, talent and energy on helping Texas clients pursue and obtain favorable outcomes to their cases. We also understand the immediate and collateral costs of litigation. We provide honest, straightforward evaluations and estimates. We are dedicated to providing exceptional client service.

FORMER JUDGE — DEDICATED ATTORNEY AND MEDIATOR

Our legal team is directed by College Station civil trial attorney Randy Michel, who has more than 33 years of experience. His unique background includes:

  • Seven years as a judge
  • More than 26 years as a board certified trial attorney
  • Nearly 23 years as a certified mediator

His extensive legal experience enables him to evaluate every aspect of clients' cases to determine the best course of action, whether it is mediation, litigation or trial. When litigating or taking cases to trial, he leverages his diverse experience to anticipate how opposing counsel and judges may approach cases.

As a skilled certified mediator, Mr. Michel understands the benefits that may be achieved through mediation. Often mediation can resolve disputes with less time and expense than litigation. Additionally, clients may have more control over the outcome of their cases with a collaborative approach. Once a business litigation, probate or family law matter goes to trial, it is decided by a judge or possibly 12 members of the jury chosen at random from the community.

COMPREHENSIVE REPRESENTATION

Lawyers with the Law Office of Randy Michel understand that divorce and business litigation consume three primary aspects of an individual's life: time, money and emotional energy. The intense emotional hardships associated with lawsuits stay with individuals all day, every day until the case is resolved. We strive to obtain the best possible outcome with minimum consequences.

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Practice Areas
Family and Probate AttorneyEstate PlanningWillsTrustsAdoptionCustody & VisitationChild SupportBusiness Litigation
Classes and Seminars
Gaffes, Goofs, and Guffaws -- Some Law on Summation, Brazos County Bar Association, 2004
Attorney's Fees: The Why's and Why Not's Behind the Judge's Decision, Brazos County Bar Association, May 16, 2003
Frankly, Voir Dire, I Don't Give a D**n (with Apologies to Gone With the Wind), Brazos County Bar Association, August 16, 2002
When Is a Final Judgment Really Final?, Deputy and District Clerks in Bryan, Texas, June 14, 2002
Overview of the Texas Family Code, Dispute Resolution Center for Family Mediation Training/Certification in Bryan, Texas, January 12, 2000
What Do the Judges Look For in Written Documents?, St. Mary's University School of Law CLE., January 21, 1999
How To Be More Persuasive During Mediation, St. Mary's University School of Law CLE., January 21, 1999
Overview of a Minor in Possession of Alcohol, (including Top Ten Excuses For Being a MIP), Office of Alcohol & Drug Education at Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas, November 20, 1996
Lecturer, Teaching American Government, Blinn College, 2001 - 2005
Pro Bono Activities
Board of Elders, Grace Bible Church, College Station, 1999 - 2005Deacon Board Member, Grace Bible Church, College Station, 1994 - 1996Texas Prison Ministry, Wallace-Pack I and II, in Hempstead, TX , 1994 - 1996Commissioner, Planning & Zoning Commission, City of College Station, 1988 - 1992Board of Directors, Brazos Food Bank , 1990 - 1996Treasurer, Brazos Food Bank, 1994 - 1996Member, Leadership Brazos Class, 1987 - 1988National Youth Sports Coaches AssociationLittle League Baseball and Flag Football Coach, 1988 - 1992Board of Directors, Local Chapter, American Diabetes Association, 1984 - 1985United States Air Force, Honorably Discharged as a Captain, 1973 - 1977
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Address
232 Southwest Parkway EastCollege Station, TX 77840-4662
Phone
979-764-2435
Fax
979-764-2436
Accepts Credit Cards
Yes
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Honors
Awarded Air Force Commendation Medal, 1975First Oak Leaf Cluster for heroism on the Arctic Circle, Alaska, 1976One of the First Three Recipients of the Brazos County Bar Association's Pro Bono Award, 1990Recipient of the Barbara Weathers Walker (Bar Association's) Pro Bono Award a Second Time, Only Lawyer in Brazos County to Receive the Award Twice, 1999Selection as a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, 1993Presented the Award of Merit by the State Bar of Texas, 1996 - 1997President of Brazos County Bar Association, in Recognition of the Most Outstanding Bar Association in Texas for Class II (Membership Size between 110 - 220 Members)Distinguished Volunteer Citizen, by the African-American National Heritage Society, 2002Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation, 1993 - 2000Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation, 2001 - Present
Published
Articles
Family Law Overview
Estate Planning Overview
Business Litigation Overview
Divorce Litigation and Modifications
Contracts and Breach of Contract
Designing Some Civility into Family Law Cases, Texas Center for the Judiciary, Vol. , No. , In Chambers, pp. Spring, 2004A Refresher on Undue Influence, Texas Center for the Judiciary, Vol. 28, No. 3, In Chambers, pp. 10 - 11 , Winter, 2001Should Jurors Be Allowed To Pose Written Questions To Witnesses During Trial?, Texas Bar Journal, Vol. 55, No. 11, 1020 - 1026 November, 1992Reasonable Medical Probability In Texas, (Co-Author), Texas Bar Journal, Vol. 49, No. 1, 12 - 19 January, 1986To Certify or Not To Certify: A Question Among Mediators, for Alternative Dispute Resolutions, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Texas, 1994Justice Gone Awry: The Arrest and Trials of Jesus Christ, Wine Press, 1995Family Law Mediation and General Mediation Training Materials , National Mediation Academy, Dallas, TX, 1993Multi-Stage Probabilistic Information Processing, (Co-Author), University of Oklahoma
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232 Southwest Parkway EastCollege Station, TX 77840-4662