Go with the hometown advantage.
Bryan / College Station is our community. We know what's at stake.
As dedicated Brazos County criminal defense and family law attorneys, Amy A. Banks and Philip C. Banks have over five decades of combined experience defending our clients from virtually every criminal accusation and assisting our clients to get the best outcomes for themselves, and their families, in a wide variety of civil matters.
We have handled over 9,000 cases. Philip is a former Judge and a Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of '73, his father was Class of '41. Discover more about this Aggie Lawyer.
Our families have lived in the Bryan - College Station area for seven generations and can give you the hometown advantage.
We know how important it is to protect your rights and protect your future. We will fight for you or your family.
If you or someone you love has been has a legal matter to discuss, please contact our office today by calling (979) 822-8533. Our phones are answered 24/7, to provide the support you need.
Our office is located on in Historic Downtown Bryan only a few blocks from the Brazos County Courthouse.
Learn more about the history of our office.
Tenacious Legal Representation
In our more than thirty years of defending and representing our clients, Philip C. Banks and Amy A. Banks have developed reputations for providing our clients with tenacious home town legal representation.
Some of the types of cases we handle are:
If you or someone you love is facing a legal matter, we can provide tough, experienced legal representation. Or maybe you are just looking to set up estate planning or need legal help to start a business.
To discuss your case with one of us in detail, please contact us today by calling (979) 822-8533. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, and you will always talk to a live person ready to assist you.
Our Historic Location
Find out more about the Queen Anne Victorian house in which we practice. The Wipprecht House dates back to 1898 and features much of the original woodwork and features. The building is recognized by the Texas Historical Commission.