Charles C. Guidry has more than 40 years' legal experience handling diverse civil litigation to include an international, interstate and intrastate caseload. He specializes in family law, criminal law, personal injury, mortgage fraud and contract law. His law Firm has developed and implemented litigation, discovery, settlement and trial strategies. The Firm represents clients in jury trials, court trials and appeals. Attorney Guidry has represented a major corporation in negotiating a contract in Nigeria, Denmark, Zurich and the Philippines. Attorney Charles C. Guidry practice law in the State of California from 1972 to 1980 in all of the State and Federal Courts. In 1980 he became a license attorney in the State of Texas and is currently in practice in the State of Texas.
- Consumer Law
- Criminal Law
- Personal Injury
- Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
- Car Accidents
Consultation is free at all times without exceptions
Personal Injuries from serious automobile accidents and injuries on business premises
- State Bar of California
- ID Number: 52442
- State Bar of Texas
- ID Number: 08593200
- Charles C Guidry, PC
- - Current
- Published in the case of Marano v Herd, Texas Reporter, Volume 5, Issue 074, February 1, 2005; Rubi v. Honorable Judge Robinson, Presiding Judge 308th Judicial District. No. 01-93-00224-CV (App.-Houston [1st Dist] and in People v. Bello, 45 Cal.App.3d 970 (1975).
- Texas Southern University
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Business Law Award
- Q. My son was awarded primary joint custody of his daughter and now the mother will not return the child what is the step?
- A: Seek an attorney to file a Motion for Enforcement
- Q. Can my husband adopt my daughter without bio-dad's rights signed off first?
- A: 1. First petition the court to terminate his parental rights on the basis of ? years of not paying child support & lack of being in the child's life. 2. Get a Court Order to terminate the parental right of the biological father and then 3. Petition for adoption. 4 In some cases you may petition for both in the same pleadings.
- Q. My ex got the home in the divorce, only me on mortgage, but we are both liable for payments. What happens if we defaul
- A: If you did not have a Deed of Assumption signed at the time of the decree, your credit would be in jeopardy, because both of you would have joint obligations for the mortgage. Your ex would have to refinance and at that time remove your name from the mortgage.