Fort Bend County Juvenile Lawyer James Sullivan Inspires Teens to Become Successful

Fort Bend County Juvenile Attorney James Sullivan spends hours with clients and their families, discussing legal strategy to defend their child and also life strategy to get their child on a better path.  Too many juveniles get lost in the system and later wind up in the criminal system as young as age 17.  Some youth die of drug use or criminal violence before they even have a meaningful chance at life.  Others grow up discouraged and disheartened--they have given up hope on ever getting ahead.  They grow up believing their lives have no real meaning or purpose.

Sugar Land Juvenile Lawyer James Sullivan understands these troubled teens and connects with them in a way that few attorneys can because his teen years were also troubled. His life story is unusual, not because he knew great adversity, but because he persevered and overcame difficulties that most others could not.  He shares his story, the life lessons, the wisdom and the strategies to get on a better path and to continue forward down that path with his juvenile and young adult clients because he wants his clients to be successful.

James Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law. He is one of only 68 such lawyers in private practice in the entire Lone Star State.  He has 30 years experience defending juveniles and adults throughout Texas.

James  Sullivan deeply cares for his juvenile clients, greatly desires that they get on a better path and succeed in life. He also fights hard to keep them from having a juvenile or criminal record that will hinder them from obtaining a good job, attending a good school or joining the military.  If you need a Fort Bend County Juvenile Lawyer, you can call Attorney James Sullivan right now at 281-546-6428.

Our law firm defends clients charged with crimes in district courts and county criminal courts, including domestic violence (assault of a family member or family violence), drug possession or drug delivery, violent crimes, and juvenile delinquency.