Sam M. Yates III named to 2022 Best Lawyers® list
Houston, Texas, August 19, 2021 Trey Yates, principal at The Law Office of Sam M. (Trey) Yates, III, was recently selected by his peers to the 28th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in Family Law. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected lawyer ranking service in the world. For 40 years, Best Lawyers has assisted those in need of legal services to identify the lawyers best qualified to represent them in distant jurisdictions or unfamiliar specialties. His listing is here.
Trey is a Family Law Trial Attorney in Houston, Texas, whose practice is dedicated exclusively to assisting all families in their time of legal transition, whether it is by divorce, the seeking of custody of a child, or the death of a loved one. His office has been serving citizens of Harris, Fort Bend, Brazoria, Montgomery, and Galveston Counties since 1986. He is known for his legal support of women, the LGBTQ community, and the special needs community. He is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Trey is the founder of the educational seminar The Guide to Good Divorce℠, a program designed to help women at all stages of the divorce process, including expert guidance regarding divorce law, divorce financial planning, enhancing life skills, and physical and spiritual wellness. For more information, visit the website at https://www.guidetogooddivorce.com/.
“40 years ago, Best Lawyers was founded to provide individuals searching for a lawyer a reliable and unbiased resource to identify the top legal professionals in their area,” said Best Lawyers CEO Phillip Greer. “We are proud to continue our globally respected purely peer review methodology to honor the deserving lawyers recognized by their contemporaries. Congratulations to the lawyers included in the 2022 editions of The Best Lawyers in America.”
The 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America recognizes the professional excellence of more than 66,000 lawyers in 147 practice areas. More than 10.8 million evaluations were analyzed in the United States, resulting in recognition of approximately 5% of lawyers in private practice across the country.
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