Dan E. Martens has practiced law in Texas since 1974. For each new case, he brings a level of knowledge and experience that clients can’t find just anywhere. He provides two offices in the Dallas, Texas metro area in order to best serve his clients.
We have more than 40 years of experience in litigation. What does this mean for you? In the case that you do need to go to court, we will confidently and effectively represent you.
Attorney Dan E. Martens holds undergraduate and law degrees from Southern Methodist University and has completed additional coursework at the Pepperdine University School of Law. Dan has held an AV peer rating by Martindale-Hubbell lawyer ratings since 1984.
If you know the technique, you can operate in many different circumstances. That's where my experience is very helpful.
We are a small firm with decades of experience. We use our experience to diligently fight for your case.
Even with 40+ years practicing Texas law, we know that we can’t become stagnant. We’re always expanding our knowledge so we can better help our clients.
For some lawyers, a consultation is merely a meeting that helps them lock down a customer. We, on the other hand, focus on building rapport with our clients.
The Law Office of Dan E. Martens is focused on representing individuals and small to medium sized businesses. We do estate planning, business succession planning and asset protection planning, and form business entities. We also provide advice about property interests and purchasing or selling assets.
We also provide services in commercial litigation, probate litigation, and general civil litigation. For matters involving bankruptcy, personal injuries, domestic relations, or criminal defense, we can refer you to a competent lawyer we know and trust.
With offices in Dallas, Texas and Plano, Texas (by appointment only), we are equipped to serve clients from communities such as Richardson, Murphy, Allen, Garland, Addison, Irving, Mesquite, and the entire Dallas metro area.
"I’ve been doing this a long time, and I wouldn’t have been able to stay in business as long as I have if I didn’t earn my clients’ trust."
- Dan E. Martens