Busby & Associates PC
I have served 4 years as a field artillery cannoneer in the
United States Marine Corps and another 4 years in the militias of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and North
Carolina. I am a family law and bankruptcy attorney who practices family law in
Harris and Fort Bend County, Texas.
Bankruptcy cases (Chapter 13 and
Chapter 7) are filed in the Houston or
Galveston divisions of the Southern
Division of Texas, for residents of the following counties, Austin, Brazos,
Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Harris, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto,
Walker, Waller, Wharton, Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, and Matagorda. I have two offices in the Greater Houston
Area, one at 6100 Corporate Drive Suite 190, Houston, Texas 77036 and another
at 715 East Whitney, Houston, Texas 77022.
In law, more so than in any other field, the tenacity and perseverance
of the lawyer are only two of the qualities which make a difference in the
resolution of your case. Besides tenacity and perseverance, a lawyer should be
ambitious and driven, book-smart and street-smart, quick on his feet but
cautious with his words. A lawyer should be ethical, courteous and considerate.
He should be available, return your phone calls promptly or at least
acknowledge your communication and inform you of the status of your case. A
lawyer should be aggressive with the opposing party but effective enough in his
tactics to resolve your case in the most efficient manner and with the least
amount of litigation involved. Last but not least, your lawyer should be
reasonable in his fees. We strive to be all the above and more. If your case
involves family law matters, I want to help. I stay late on Wednesdays until 8
p.m. and I am open two Saturdays a month.
My vanity number is 281 divorce. Eric
Southward manages our Bankruptcy section and appears 3 to 5 times a week in the
bankruptcy courts of Houston and Galveston, Texas. I am Board Certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization in