Attorney Profiles

Meet Armando Guerra

As a native of Edinburg, Texas and a 35 year (minus 3 years for law school) resident of Hidalgo County, Attorney Armando "Mando" Guerra is proud to protect the rights of Rio Grande Valley residents. Mando's relentless preparation helps him bring a comprehensive understanding of the legal issues you are facing, no matter how complicated or confusion they may seem.

Mando attended the University of Texas Pan American, where he graduated in 1998. After, Mando attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where he graduated with honors. He obtained his Juris Doctorate degree in June 2010. Mando was subsequently admitted to practice law in the Texas and Federal Bar.

As soon as Mando was admitted to practice law, he fearlessly entered into private practice without hesitation and has created a very successful practice without ever having to work his way up the ladder.

Prior to going to law school, Mando worked as a computer technician, which equips him with insight and understanding on how to use the latest technology in courtroom presentations.

Along with Mando's relentless preparation and understanding of legal strategy and tactics, his constant courtroom presence allows him to better predict how some judges will rule, thereby improving his clients' chances of securing a better outcome for their cases.

EDUCATION:

  • Edinburg High School, 1994
  • University of Texas Pan American, 1998
  • Thurgood Marshall School of Law, 2010

Meet Attorney Daniel Sorrells

Daniel Sorrells received his undergraduate degree from Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky in 2007 and his Juris Doctor from Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas in 2009. Mr. Sorrells has focused his practice in the areas of oil and gas law, property rights, title examination, and other legal matters, such as issuing Drilling Title and Division Order Opinions and assisting clients on various agreements, including farm-outs, farm-ins, joint operating agreements, acquisitions and divestitures, and real estate issues related to divorce and probate proceedings.

Daniel also has experience in criminal and civil litigation. His areas of practice include plaintiff's personal injury, family law, breaches of contract, business litigation and complex real estate matters. He also works with debtors in preventing foreclosures and credit card issues.

In his spare time, Daniel volunteers with the International Institute of Sport, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities in developing countries.

EDUCATION:

  • Eaglesvale High School, 2003
  • University of Campbellsville, 2007
  • Thurgood Marshall School of Law, 2009

Meet Attorney Rick Guerra

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