Practice Areas



The laws of the state of Texas and the federal codes dealing with criminal offenses and their punishments. We deal with everything from traffic cases such as speeding to serious felonies such as driving while intoxicated, theft, possession of controlled substance, aggravated assault, murder, and white collar crimes. Our team of Cleburne criminal lawyers will work hard to help you in your time of need.


An injury to one's body, mind, or emotions; broadly : an injury that is not to one's property. Our Cleburne lawyers represent clients who have been seriously injured by defective products, medical malpractice, automobile and trucking negligence, nursing home neglect, dog bites, oil field and other on the job accidents in Johnson County, Texas.


A controversy before a court or a "lawsuit" is referred to as "litigation". If it is not settled by agreement between the parties it would eventually be heard and decided by a judge or jury in a court, or by mediation. Our Cleburne lawyers are prepared to help you with any claim that you need assistance with and will pursue your issue aggressively in court.



An area of law dealing with family relations is a matter of great concern to our Cleburne lawyers at the Rogers Law Firm. These cases include divorce, custody, paternity, child support, visitation, termination, adoption, modification, grandparent rights and enforcement.

Our attorneys will work with you to ensure that you understand every part of the process of getting a divorce in Johnson County and making sure you have the best possible result from a difficult situation.


A business plan has two primary purposes. First, and foremost, it should be used to help run your company with a more cohesive vision. It is your roadmap. By truly analyzing your plan for marketing, sales, manufacturing, website design, etc., you greatly improve your chances for success.

As a communication tool, it is used to attract investment capital, secure loans, convince workers to hire on, and assist in attracting strategic business partners. The development of a comprehensive business plan shows whether or not a business has the potential to make a profit.


We not only handle real estate transactions when property is being sold or purchased, but also clear-up defects in titles.





A will is a legal declaration by which a person names one or more persons to manage his or her properties at death.  It is important for all clients to have a Will, Durable Power of Attorney, and Medical Directive.  This will not only insure that your property goes to whomever you desire, but also to take care of you if you are no longer able to take care of your own affairs.


The process by which legal title of property is transferred from the decedent's estate to his/her beneficiaries. Our Cleburne lawyers are professional and caring attorneys that will assure that legal proceedings after your death proceed smoothly and fairly with the utmost of care to all of your loved ones.



A request that a "higher" body review the action, procedure, or decision of a lower court, administrative agency, or other body. Our Cleburne lawyers are qualified and prepared to handle your case as far as it needs to go in order to pursue a successful outcome for our clients, even to the United States Supreme Court.


The state of a person or business unable to repay debts is one of the areas of expertise at our Johnson County law firm. Our Cleburne lawyers offer debt relief services to individuals and businesses through Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings.

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