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  1. Areas of Practice, to determine the areas of practice by the law firm go to the page. This way you will know what types of law this firm can assist you with. However, our listing is not all inclusive, so ask us if you don't see an area listed
  2. Articles, for general information on various areas of law, you may want to read about.
  3. Contact Information is the page where you can find out how to contact the law firm by phone, FAX or eMail.
  4. Curriculum Vitae is the page where you can check out the background of attorney Terrell William "Terry" Proctor, J.D. A curriculum vitae is like a resume.
  5. Deposition Assistance, if you are using this firm we will be going over information for any deposition. However, we encourage all clients to also review the instructions on deposition preparation which is on the page.
  6. eArt Scanning is a new art form developed by Terrell William "Terry" Proctor, J.D. You may want to read about this fantastic new way to create real artwork, from real things, WITHOUT A CAMERA. It also lends itself well to use as evidence in cases.
  7. Fees for Legal and Mediation Services is a list of our fees for legal and mediation services.
  8. History of Law is a booklet written by Terrell William "Terry" Proctor, J.D. on the history of law. This is from a talk given as part of the Vital Speakers Programs at Holy Trinity United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. The entire booklet is provided on this page. This is copyrighted material, but you may download ONE (1) copy for your personal use if you wish and permission is granted for that limited purpose. All rights under the copyright laws are otherwise reserved and protected.
  9. Important Links For Other Attorneys, is a page to assist other attorneys, but you may find things of important to you as well. These include web sites for government, consumer organizations and many other sites.
  10. Law Sources is a page where attorneys may find a few words about an area of law, which will then allow them to go to the law books and find what they need. Clients may have little need of this area, but in case you want to find an area of law, feel free to check out this page for your assistance as well.
  11. PayPal is a page where you may pay for legal or mediation services, online, using PayPal. If you don't know about PayPal, it is a free service, which protects you in all matters from giving out your credit card number except one time to PayPal. After that you give your PayPal account information and it is specific to one thing, so your credit card number will not be abused. There is no charge to you, only to this lawfirm.
  12. Program Speaker is a page where you can find information upon Terrell William "Terry" Proctor, J.D. being available to speak to your group on various subjects, should you have need of a professional speaker on a wide range of subjects.
  13. State Bar of Texas is the page where you can find information on how to contact the State Bar of Texas to find out about attorneys, to find out how to file a grievance, and otherwise contact the State Bar of Texas for other information.
  14. eArt SCANNING technique developed by attorney/mediator Terrell William "Terry" Proctor, J.D.--for use in evidence and a wonderful new art form, which you too can produce.


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