Civil Litigation


Civil Litigation

What we handle

The McAllen and Raymondville, Texas, civil litigation lawyer Robert R. Flores at the Law Office Robert R. Flores has extensive experience handling complex lawsuit matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts.

Business Litigation

We represent small businesses in civil lawsuit disputes. Whether breach of contract matters or theft of trade secrets, our role is to fight relentlessly for our clients, while at the same time keeping costs reasonable.

Insurance Law

We perform policy analysis and claim investigations, and defend policy actions and bad faith claims that arise in state and federal court jurisdictions throughout the United States.

Family Law

We focus on issues involving family relationships, including adoption, divorce, and child custody, among others. We represent clients in family court proceedings or in related negotiations, and can also draft important legal documents such as court petitions or property agreements. We also specialize in adoption, paternity, emancipation, or other family matters.

Real Estate Litigation

Robert R. Flores has represented many clients in real estate disputes including, breach of contract, fraud in a real estate transaction, title disputes, deed restriction enforcement, and wrongful foreclosure.


Mediation can be required by contract before filing a lawsuit or can be required by the court after litigation has begun.


In an arbitration matter, case preparation and aggressive representation are critical. With no appeal, the evidence preparation must be done competently as there is only one chance to win.

Criminal Law

We handle all cases that involve violations of criminal law such as harassment, assault, murder, or theft. A criminal complaint involves your abuser being charged with a crime.

Business Lawsuit Defense

When our business clients get sued, it is our priority to fight hard to defend their reputation and the assets of their company. If you have been served with a lawsuit, don’t wait too long to find an experienced civil defense attorney to file a response.

Civil Law

We will fight in the courtroom to protect you from the person abusing you. You are not asking the court to send that person to jail for committing a crime. However, if the abuser violates the civil court order, he or she may be sent to jail for the violation. In a civil case, you are the person bringing the case against the abuser, and in most circumstances, you have the right to withdraw the case if you want to.

Civil Probation

Some counties in Texas use probation as a tool to help non-custodial parents overcome the barriers that prevent them from supporting their children. People facing incarceration for failure to pay child support are instead offered civil probation. This type of probation has many of the same requirements as criminal probation. Individuals report to a probation officer regularly, and work and pay their support. If someone on probation does not comply with the probation requirements, then the probation may be revoked. We can protect your civil probation liberties.

Special Appearance and Objection to Jurisdiction of Texas Courts

If you have been sued in Texas but have no connection with this state, you might be able to object to the jurisdiction of the Texas courts and get the case dismissed.

What is a Lawyer’s Role?

In civil litigation, the attorney’s role is multifaceted. At the first consultation, the attorney helps an individual determine if their case has value or if they have standing to fight against accusations brought against them. 

If the case moves forward, the attorney begins the intricate process of obtaining evidence and interviewing people about the case. The attorney also helps prepare all of the documentation, including the brief, complaint, or answer. 

Finally, the attorney represents the individual in court, presenting evidence, questioning witnesses, and making the opening and closing statements. Picking an experienced attorney is crucial to presenting a solid case with sound evidence and achieving a positive verdict.

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