We stand for

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COURAGE, INTEGRITY, FIDELITY

  • We are faithful to our clients, serving their legal needs with the skill that comes from decades of experience.
  • We are honest in our dealings with our clients, the courts and our opponents. We never act or recommend action in order to increase our fees.
  • We have the courage to base our practice on the truth because we are convinced that the best way to serve our clients is to discover the truth and apply the law so as to serve our clients’ needs.

Too often the practice of law is based on fear: the fear of losing a case, of losing a client, or simply of losing money. We reject the practice of law based on fear because we know that success comes from discovering the truth and honestly advocating our clients’ interests before the courts. We reject the practice of law based on tricks, cheap shots and half truths. Our decades of experience have convinced us that victory is the product of a deep knowledge of the law and the workings of the courts honestly applied to advance the interests of our clients.

Contact Us

Richard - rhunt@hunthuey.com
Direct Line - 214-641-9182
Jeanne - jhuey@hunthuey.com
Direct Line - 214-336-7364
Fax - 214-279-6124

The Texas Lawyer's Creed

We subscribe to the Texas Lawyer's Creed, which was developed by the Texas Supreme Court as a statement of the highest aspirations of practicing Texas lawyers. The full text of the Creed can be found at Texas Lawyers Creed  The most important provisions are:

I. OUR LEGAL SYSTEM

A lawyer owes to the administration of justice personal dignity, integrity, and independence. A lawyer should always adhere to the highest principles of professionalism.


II. LAWYER TO CLIENT

A lawyer owes to a client allegiance, learning, skill, and industry. A lawyer shall employ all appropriate means to protect and advance the client's legitimate rights, claims, and objectives. A lawyer shall not be deterred by any real or imagined fear of judicial disfavor or public unpopularity, nor be influenced by mere self-interest.


III. LAWYER TO LAWYER

A lawyer owes to opposing counsel, in the conduct of legal transactions and the pursuit of litigation, courtesy, candor, cooperation, and scrupulous observance of all agreements and mutual understandings. Ill feelings between clients shall not influence a lawyer's conduct, attitude, or demeanor toward opposing counsel. A lawyer shall not engage in unprofessional conduct in retaliation against other unprofessional conduct.


IV. LAWYER AND JUDGE

Lawyers and judges owe each other respect, diligence, candor, punctuality, and protection against unjust and improper criticism and attack. Lawyers and judges are equally responsible to protect the dignity and independence of the Court and the profession.