Proudly Serving Waco Families
We are The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., a family-owned law firm serving clients in McLennan, Hill and Coryell counties and the surrounding area. At our firm, we use a combination of experience, friendliness and skill to help you resolve problems ranging from divorce to estate planning to bankruptcy.
We are led by the husband-and-wife team of Samantha Kehl, attorney, and Stephen Kehl, paralegal. We are honored to provide comprehensive legal services that you and your family can afford.
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We understand that legal matters are often emotional and stressful. Allow our team to guide you through this difficult time and help you emerge on the other side even stronger.
How We Can Help You
Whether your issue is simple or complex, we use tailored strategies to help you attain the results you need. Our practice areas include:
- Family law: We explain your options and guide you through divorce, custody issues and more.
- Estate law: We help you create the estate plan you need, administer and execute an estate or navigate probate.
- Bankruptcy: We assist you in discharging your debts through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
These areas often intersect in complex ways. We understand the many facets of these fields and can handle the complexities of overlapping problems.
Why Work With Us?
At The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., we do more than practice law. We provide a rare blend of legal acumen with warmth, approachability and compassion. We make sure that even during the most complex of legal matters, we never lose the human elements that make your case important.
Our office is handicap accessible. Simply contact us beforehand to arrange to use our handicap-accessible entrance.
Reach Out To Our Family About Your Family
We are ready to assist you with whatever legal issue you are facing. To schedule your initial consultation with our family-friendly firm, reach out and contact us. Call 254-870-0105 or send us an email to schedule your appointment.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.