Law Office of David Rogers - Helping Homeowners since 2007
About Us
David Rogers, Appellate Attorney
We believe our clients' homes and rights are of the utmost importance.  We fight for you. 

We'll help you get a fair result.

We know the way the banks work and the legal system works, and we'll help you get the best finish.

We know what we're doing.  We get results.

What we do:

Home Equity Loan Defense.
Homeowner Defense.
Foreclosure Defense.
Eviction Prevention.
Forcible Detainer Defense.
Real Estate Litigation, Personal and Commercial.
HomeOwner Association (HOA) disputes.
Government Accountability Law (ask about the Burnet County Bill of Attainder).
Constitutional Law.

We can represent you in:

State and Federal Court.
Trial and Appellate courts -- at every level from your local Justice (JP) Court to the 
                Texas Supreme Court; in the Western Federal District of Texas.

When you need help, call.

(512) 923-1836

595 Round Rock West Drive   
Suite 102
Round Rock, TX 78681-5028

Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM
Sat: By Appointment Only
Sun: Closed

The Attorneys listed are not certified by the State Board of Legal Specialization in Homeowner Defense.  The State Board of Legal Specialization does not offer a certification in Foreclosure Defense or Homeowner Defense.

David Rogers worked as an attorney at the Texas Supreme Court, as an aide to Texas Supreme Court Justice Steven Wayne Smith.  David has litigated several hundred foreclosure and eviction cases in courts in Hays, Travis, Williamson, and Burnet counties.  He has handled dozens of appeals.

David also litigates Constitutional Law (Texas and Federal).

Ron Horne, Senior Paralegal, has more than a quarter-century of experience in state and federal court, including work on complex administrative law, water law and employment matters, in addition to his work on Homeowner Defense.
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