Waco business lawyer Thomas P. Finley, Jr. graduated from Baylor University School of Law in 1986 with a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Baylor University in 1983 with a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.). He was licensed to practice law in Texas in 1986—representing clients with general practice and business issues for over 36 years.
Thomas P. Finley’s law office has a mission to represent clients in the same fashion that Waco business lawyer Thomas P. Finley, Jr. would want to be represented. Waco business lawyer Thomas P. Finley, Jr. appreciates that business clients work hard for the success of their business, but they also stumble upon legal conflicts sometimes. Many businessmen would not prefer to seek legal services, but Thomas P. Finley is here to show you why our lawyer services are worthy of the fees.
Waco business and real estate lawyer Thomas P. Finley, Jr. works hard to combine common sense and integrity with personal attention and service to his clients so he can jointly make every effort to meet the legal needs of his clients.
Waco business lawyer Thomas P. Finley, Jr.’s law practice has been built primarily on referrals from former clients, business owners, accountants, financial planning professionals, business executives, and other attorneys. He believes individuals refer legal matters to him because they know how he strives to deliver a quality work product to his clients. Even better is that he also values honesty, integrity, and loyalty.
Waco business and real estate attorney Thomas P. Finley, Jr. is also an entrepreneur who owns a business in Waco, TX. His other business interests are separated and apart from his law practice. However, he believes his active involvement with his other business interests enhances his understanding of some issues confronting entrepreneurs and small business owners. Therefore, it enhances his effectiveness as a Waco business lawyer.
Thomas P. Finley, in addition to being a real estate attorney, is a Texas real estate agent.
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