PPN&C handles all varieties of civil matters in the areas of personal injury, divorce, estate planning and business law. We represent clients from small to large businesses with contracts, commercial disputes, and debt collection. We also work with families and individuals in estate planning, litigation involving wills and trusts, real estate, probate and guardianship matters, and elder law. We handle matters for clients all over North Texas, though our practice is not limited to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, as we currently practice all over the state. Our attorneys are fully licensed in all courts for the State of Texas.

The Areas of Practice buttons to the left cover some of the areas in which we can help you and will give you more information about the services we offer. Learn more about each of our partners by using the "Attorneys" link above and then clicking on the name of each attorney to see more.

Services we specialize in:

PPNC Law specializes in Family Law, Personal Injury, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Civil and Appellate Law in and around the Collin and Dallas County area.

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Firm Overview

PPNC Law, located in Allen, Texas, has over 100 years in experience combined between all of our law partners. Whether you were a victim in an accident, anticipating a bitter divorce, or simply want to draft your will and testament, you can count on us.

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Attorneys

Our distinguished attorneys are experts in overlapping areas of law and focus on Family Law, Personal Injury and Estate Planning. With a combined 100 years of experience between all the partners, you can rest assure that you have qualified representation.

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Family Law

Family Law

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Estate Planning

Estate Planning

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Client Testimonials:

PPNC did an excellent job representing the client for the purposes requested. The task was somewhat difficult and not a lot to work with. The required task was to file a claim for disinherited heirs having a valid claim for unpaid royalties and other financial rights. The case, filed in the probate court, was eventually transferred out of state to another jurisdiction.
MICHAEL T, CLIENT

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