Attorney John E. Choate wants to win YOUR case.

We are a Conroe-based law firm focused on winning your case. Established in spring 1995, we serve Montgomery, Harris, and the surrounding counties. Founded on the pillars of respect, diligence, and loyalty, we are here to help you through the most difficult times in your life. Make an appointment to find out what we can do for you. The initial consultation is free.

Our Commitment

We give you our word, it is our commitment to serve each and every client diligently and thoroughly. How do we achieve that? We operate internally with systems of checks and balances, with oversight that ensures extraordinary results for our clients.

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Lawyer

John Choate

John graduated from the University of Houston, obtaining a B.S. in finance and Juris Doctor from West Michigan's Thomas Cooley Law School. John has practiced law for 20+ years in Montgomery, Harris, and the surrounding counties.

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Paralegal

Dawn M. Yuengel

A graduate of the Center of Advance Legal Studies, Dawn's extensive administration and research experience empower her to provide excellent litigation and case management support.

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Technologist

Bryan Trapp

Bryan's experience working for military and paramilitary organizations characterize his role as a technology and operational asset.

Our Promise

JOHN'S OWN WORDS


 I am passionate about providing a successful outcome for you. I will fight for your rights, file motions, and object--emotionally if needed--to your injustice. I take great pride in providing high-quality legal services.

Your initial consultation is free.

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8. Jan

Concealed carry reciprocity: H.B. 38

On December 6th, 2017, the US House of Representatives passed HB 38 – Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. 2017 was the heaviest year for mass shootings in the great United States's long history, coming in at 307 gun deaths for the year, So it's great news that our legislature has taken steps to allow Concealed Carry …
2. Jan

Is 2018 the year of the sword?

2018  is upon us, and Texas is in for some interesting news: Swords! That's right, you can carry knives and swords longer than 5.5".  The Texas legislature saw fit to extend this freedom to the people of Texas. We're still scratching our heads a little about how the bill made it to law. But, after …

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