"I have known George for 33 years and a more faithful friend you will never find. He has been more to me than an attorney throughout my life. He is dedicated to the law and what it represents to all Americans. He is a man with strong convictions and no fear to live them. I am proud to have known George all my adult life and hopefully will continue to have a wonderful friendship with him."
The Law Office of George White serves Irving and surrounding area including Dallas, Tarrant and Ellis Counties.
The law firm member profiles are below:
George White, Attorney at Law
Attorney George White grew up in Dallas, going to Hyer Elementary School, Highland Park Junior and Senior High School graduating in 1965. Mr. White then attended Southern Methodist University graduating with a Bachelor of Arts with Majors in History, Political Science and a minor in Education. After a brief stint teaching at Highland Park High School he then joined the Texas National Guard and after active duty attended Southern Methodist University Law School graduating in 1975.
Soon after being licensed by the Supreme Court in October 1975 he went to work for the Law firm of Dennis Brewer Sr. in Irving, Texas. There he got extensive training in Family law. In 1980, Mr. White opened his own law practice on SH183.
His office then handled cases in all areas of law including, consumer, personal injury, immigration, criminal, family, corporate and wills/probate law.
Now located at 426 W. Pioneer Dr., four buildings from O’connor Blvd., Mr. White limits his practice to Family, Criminal and Wills/Probate.Mr. White is a member of the College of the State Bar which requires a yearly minimum of 45 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) per year. Attorneys are only required to take 15 yearly hours of CLE In 2007 alone, Mr. White attended almost 100 hours of classes just to be able to bring his clients quality legal representation. This commitment to quality education is shared by his staff.
Mr. White is licensed in all Texas State Courts and the Federal Courts for Dallas: The Northern District of Texas, 5th Circuit Appellate Court, plus U.S. Court of Military Appeals and Tax Court, though he now limits his practice to State Court actions in the area of Family Law (e.g. Divorce, Modification, Paternity, Custody, Child Support, CPS), Criminal Defense (Misdemeanor and Felony) and Wills and Probate. He has or had memberships in the Irving Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, American Bar Association, as well as the American Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Dallas and Tarrant County Criminal Lawyers Association.
Brenda Cromwell, Paralegal
Brenda Cromwell was born in Wichita, Kansas and has resided in Grand Prairie, Texas for the last 30 years. She received her paralegal certificate in 1996 and immediately began working as a family law paralegal. Brenda has worked with several Tarrant and Dallas county attorneys in the area of family law. She is gaining experience in the areas of criminal and wills and probate law. She is the mother of three children and grandmother to six grandchildren. Her experience as a mother and grandmother has given her invaluable insight into family law and empathy with our client's situation.
She is the firm's main contact with its clients and prides herself in excellent client relations. She is an invaluable member of our legal team.