Dallas Bankruptcy Attorney; Co-Founder and Partner
Debt Relief & Foreclosure Lawyer for Fort Worth, Austin, Houston & San Antonio
Majed Nachawati is a co-founder partner of Fears Nachawati Law Firm. He received his Juris Doctorate at the University of Houston Law School and began his legal career as a two-year judicial law clerk with the Thirteenth Court of Appeals of Texas.
In 2006, after his tenure with the Court of Appeals, Mr. Nachawati relocated to Dallas, Texas, and along with co-founder and partner, Bryan Fears, opened the Fears Nachawati Law Firm with an emphasis on consumer bankruptcy and personal injury law. Since its inception, the firm has grown to become a preeminent law firm focusing on the legal rights of the injured and for clients seeking bankruptcy protection under the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Mr. Nachawati’s firm has helped thousands of clients throughout Texas reduce or eliminate debt through the process of bankruptcy. This skillful Dallas bankruptcy attorney has also been highly successful in obtaining significant financial resolutions in class actions, mass tort litigation, and serious personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Majed has been recognized as a preeminent personal injury and civil trial lawyer by Fort Worth Magazine in 2007 and is often quoted by television, newspapers and media outlets throughout the United States, including: CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, CBS News, The Huffington Post, and the Dallas Observer.
Mr. Nachawati was selected by his peers as a Texas Rising Star by the Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers service for the years 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. He ranks among the top 2.5% of the lawyers in Texas who are honored on the list for outstanding professional achievements.
State Bar of Texas; United States District Court, Northern District of Texas; United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas; Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Memberships and Affiliations
American Bar Association; American Association for Justice; Dallas Trial Lawyers Association;
Texas Trial Lawyers Association; Dallas Hispanic Bar Association; Dallas Association of Young Lawyers; State Bar of Texas Committee – Diversity in the Profession; Dallas Bar Association – Legal Ethics Committee; Hispanic National Bar Association.
Pro bono/Community Service:
40 hours per year representing indigent and pro bono clients.
Please call Fears Nachawati Law Firm atto arrange for a free confidential case evaluation. Our principal office is in Dallas, but we have convenient locations to serve you in Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, and in San Antonio. Our debt relief & foreclosure lawyers offer flexible payment plans to accommodate every financial need.