Practice Areas



 Business/Corporate  –  formation of business entities (corporations, limited partnerships,  and limited liability companies), advising ongoing businesses,  documenting acquisitions and dissolutions, negotiating and drafting  contracts.

Creditor’s Rights

 Creditor's Rights - involves actions to collect debts in Texas state courts.  

Estate and Probate

 Estate  and Probate - drafting and probating wills and matters incidental to  them. Typical Estate Planning may include a Living Will, Medical Power  of Attorney and General Durable Power of Attorney for business matters.


Real Estate

Real Estate matters representing buyers and sellers in real estate transaction.



Mediation  - Mr. Newman has significant experience with mediation.  He is a  certified mediator by virtue of his training with the Dispute Resolution  Service of Tarrant County, as well as through training and work with  the United States Postal Service REDRESS Program. 

Alamo Title Fee Attorney

Michael S. Newman is a Fee Attorney for Alamo Title Company, and handles commercial and residential real estate closings.

 These  areas of Law are handled by Michael S. Newman, who has been licensed by  the Texas Supreme Court to practice law since 1984, but he is not  certified in any particular field of legal specialization.