Law Office of Everett S. Stovall 
and Matthew T. Williams
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481 This Way, 
Lake Jackson, TX   77566
Mailing address:  
P. O. Box 1476, 
Lake Jackson, TX  77566
EVERETT S. STOVALL

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Everett S. Stovall practices law in Lake Jackson, Texas, with emphasis on real estate, probate, estate plannng and business organizations.

Mr. Stovall has resided in Lake Jackson since 1943 and attended public schools from the first grade.  He graduated from Brazosport High School in 1957, entered Baylor University where he earned his B. B. A. degree in 1961 and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Baylor Law School in 1963.

He was admitted to law practice by the Supreme Court of Texas in April, 1963.  He has also been admitted to practice in the federal courts for the Southern District of Texas.

Mr. Stovall has been and is active in the affairs of his profession, community and church.  He is currently president of the Pardee Cancer Treatment Association, deacon at First Baptist Church of Lake Jackson and has served as Municipal Court Judge in Lake Jackson since 1969.
Matthew T. Williams is a lifelong resident of Brazoria County. He completed his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 2008, and graduated from law school at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2011.  

Since moving back to the area after finishing school, he has represented clients in a variety of issues including estate planning, probate, family law, guardianships, real estate, business law, juvenile defense, and other areas of civil litigation.  

In addition to his work with this firm, Mr. Williams is an adjunct professor at Brazosport College where he has taught the Business Law course since August of 2012.  

EDUCATION

-Louisiana State University Law School, J.D. – 2011
-Texas A&M University, B.S. – 2008

MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS

-Brazoria County Bar Association
-Texas Aggie Bar Association, Houston
-The College of the State Bar of Texas
-Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program, Veterans Legal Initiative
-State Bar of Texas Probate, Real Estate and Trust Law Section
-State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
-State Bar of Texas Juvenile Law Section
-Texas Association of School Officials – Salt Grass Chapter,
         Board of Governors


MATTHEW T. WILLIAMS