Attorney Rachel Dragony serves a diverse array of clients who depend on her experience, reputation and steady hand to protect their rights and guide them through complex and often emotional legal issues. Rachel Dragony, Attorney at Law, equally represents both men and women on either side of the following Criminal and family issues throughout the city of Galveston, Houston, Liberty, Brazoria, Chambers Counties:

  • Divorce, Child Support, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Spousal Support, CPS Cases and Attorney General
  • Family Law,
  • Probates and Wills
  • Personal Injury
  • Traffic Tickets, Accidents
  • Civil Litigation for plaintiff
  • Criminal, First Degree Crimes
  • Practice Adult and Juvenile Law

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Texas lawyer Rachel Dragony has an extensive background in Criminal, Juvenile and family law, with experience in the courts of Texas, practicing Law nearly 8 years.

When You Don’t Need the Stress But You Do Need Your Rights:

A divorce, child custody case or other family law case does not always have to be a combative and stressful experience. Even when the issues are complex, your future is at stake and emotions are running high, Attorney Rachel Dragony will protect your legal rights while avoiding unnecessary conflict and heartache as much as possible.

“Communication between lawyer and client is of utmost importance, and I’ll be right there by your side, guiding you through one of the most trying periods that you will ever go through. I will stand by you and fight for the best possible outcome the law allows.”

– Texas lawyer Rachel Dragony

Take Action to Protect Your Rights:

If you or a loved one is involved in a Criminal, divorce or child custody case in the counties of Galveston, Liberty, Chambers, Harris and Brazoria Texas, and you need the help of an experienced attorney, call Rachel Dragony Law Firm. Schedule your initial consultation.

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