Q. When was TXLawyers.com created?
A. TXLawyers.com launched October 2008.
Q. Who owns and manages TXLawyers.com?
A. TXLawyers.com is owned and managed by Molina Media LLC from Richardson, TX.
Q. How do I contact TXLawyers.com?
A. As a small media company, we do not have a dedicated customer service department so our preferred method of communication is email. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Q. What is your cancellation/refund policy?
A. Regarding the attorney directory, we will refund 100% of the membership fee for any reason within 30 days from the original transaction date. You may cancel your membership and have your profile removed from the directory at any time.
Q. My city is not on the list during the sign-up process. What do I do?
A. Contact email@example.com to request that your city be added to the list.
Q. My practice area is not on the list during the sign-up process. What do I do?
A. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to recommend a practice area and we will consider adding it to the list.
Q. I lost my username and/or password? What do I do?
A. Click on "Client Login" and follow the instructions if you lost either your username or password. Contact email@example.com if you lost both your username and password.
Q. How can I become a Featured Attorney?
A. Visit the “Advertise” section of the website for details.
Q. What is your relationship with PayPal?
A. PayPal is an independent contactor and was chosen to process credit card payments. PayPal adheres to international PCI (payment card industry) compliance standards for data security.
Q. What credit cards do you accept?
A. PayPal accepts major credit/debit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Exress. PayPal also accepts eChecks, Bank Transfers, and PayPal accounts.
Q. Why are the search results not in alphabetical order?
A. The search results are in random order so that the same attorneys do not appear at the top of the results list every time. Use the A>Z and Z>A functions to alphabetically sort the results in ascending or descending order.