Johndroe Law, PLLC's principal office is located in Fort Worth, but representation is offered to clients across the State of Texas. Appointments for clients too far away to come to Fort Worth in person are generally conducted remotely. However, the attorney will travel as necessary for court appearances, depositions, mediation, or whatever else needs to be done in your county.
Johndroe Law, PLLC represents small landlords and tenants in landlord/tenant cases, such as evictions, eviction appeals, and litigation involving repairs and security deposits. Johndroe Law, PLLC also represents clients in related title disputes and broader consumer and contract litigation, such as breach of contract cases, cases involving failure to disclose and fraud in real estate transactions, and deceptive trade practices and debt collection cases. Basic legal services, such as simple wills and LLC formation, are also offered when time permits.
Even though you don't need to come to Fort Worth to meet with the attorney, anyone who may be unfamiliar with the city is encouraged to visit and explore everything that the 13th largest city in the U.S. has to offer. Complete with its own suburbs and vibrant downtown and with a very different vibe, Fort Worth is not Dallas! (Dallas is great too, just different!)
The Johndroe Law, PLLC office is located
inside Ensemble Coworking on Park Place
Avenue, just south of Downtown Fort Worth
and the Fort Worth Medical District.
Ensemble Coworking is right next door to
Old Neighborhood Grill, and in the same
shopping area as Esperanza's.
ATTORNEY SAM JOHNDROE
Sam Johndroe is the Founder and Managing
Member of Johndroe Law, PLLC. Sam was born
and raised in Fort Worth, and is a 2008 graduate
of Arlington Heights High School.
Sam is also a graduate of Texas Tech University
and the Texas A&M University School of Law.
Sam is a member of a variety of organizations,
including the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Lawyers
Bar Association, the Texas Young Lawyers
Association, the Tarrant County Bar Association, and
the Texas Bar College.
In addition to being licensed to practice law in all Texas state and local courts, Sam has been admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
Sam firmly believes that everyone should have access to justice, and regularly offers volunteer legal services through the Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans and Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services programs. He also serves as a volunteer mediator with Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas, and is certified to mediate most types of court-referred disputes in Texas. Sam is a member of the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas, an organization of Texas attorneys, paralegals, and law students committed to providing pro bono legal services to those in need.
Linda Mathis is a notary public who provides notary services for Johndroe Law, PLLC. Linda also owns her own mobile notary service, and offers her services for real estate and other signings at the Johndroe Law, PLLC office in Fort Worth. For general signings, Linda will also come to you. She is very dependable and offers competitive rates, flexibility, and service with a smile. Contact her at 817-658-7180 or firstname.lastname@example.org for all your notary needs in the Fort Worth area.
Johndroe Law, PLLC is a Texas professional limited liability company with its principal office in Fort Worth. Attorney Sam Johndroe is responsible for the content of this website. Although he is
licensed to practice in all state and local courts in Texas, and admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, he is not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.