Since 1997, Candice Schwager has been serving Texas with the single purpose of making a difference. Candice is currently offering a complimentary 30 minute consultation to those in need of legal representation. Call (832) 315 - 8489 or e-mail email@example.com
Latest posts by Candice (see all)
Welcome to Schwager Law Firm from our Founder and Principal, Candice Leonard Schwager. Candice is an experienced litigation attorney with a wide array of experience, including Family Law, Probate, Guardianship, Civil Rights, Contractual disputes, personal injury, products liability, & school law, representing children with disabilities.
The Founder & President of two Non-profits for special needs, the elderly and disabled, Candice’s practice is a diverse combination of people from al walks of life. Candice’s public interest work has been recognized by the Texas State Bar Pro Bono College 7 years in a row, with thousands of hours donated to low income Texans who would not otherwise have access to justice. A 1997 Cum Laude Honors Graduate of South Texas College of Law, Law Review Editor, Brief Writer for STCL’s award winning National Moot Court Team, and Research/Writing Assistant to W. David East, Associate Dean, Candice believes in excellence and has been blessed with the opportunity be mentored by the best lawyers in the State of Texas for 2 decades.
Since 1997, Candice Schwager has been serving Texas with the single purpose of making a difference. Candice is currently offering a complimentary 30 minute consultation to those in need of legal representation. Call (832) 315 – 8489 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org alternatively email@example.com.
Please note that due to volume of calls and pending cases, we regret that we cannot take every case that merits justice be served. Moreover, Candice is not currently able to represent clients outside of the State of Texas, though we hope to do so in the future.
Candice has dedicated more than 1500 hours pro bono legal representation to special needs children in public schools and low income families suffering horrific injustice such as the death of a parent kidnapped and neglected exploited and abused as they died shameful deaths at the hands of court appointed guardians who should be incarcerated, but is currently at capacity to financially shoulder the expense and has had to cease taking additional pro bono matters until further notice.