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At Zarazua Law, we handle a variety of legal matters throughout San Antonio. Our firm has the experience necessary to deliver the best results to our clients.

We pride ourselves in upholding our Catholic values through our work and building trust with our clients. Whether you are planning for your family’s future, facing a financial difficulties or ready to close your real estate transactions, we are here to help.

Nearly everyone has an estate.  It consists of everything you own— your car, your home, real estate, bank accounts, investments, and personal possessions.  The bottom line—you can’t take those items with you when you die.  At Zarazua Law, we help you to control how your hard-earned assets are given to people and/or organizations you care about most.  We help you to do this with the least amount paid in taxes, court costs, and even legal fees.

Estate planning IS for everyone.  Life is unpredictable and if  you don’t have a plan, Texas has one for you and it is most likely not what you want.  Give Zarazua Law a call today to guide you through the process of gathering your estate and maintaining control of it.

(210) 538-2786

Trusts, Wills & Probate
Real Estate

We serve buyers, sellers, investors, developers, builders, contractors and others in all matters involving residential and commercial real estate, including but not limited to:

  • Real estate disputes
  • Commercial leases
  • Closings
  • Landlord-Tenant disputes
  • Purchase and sale agreements

We are experienced in resolving a variety of real estate disputes.  Contact us today to find out how we can serve your real estate needs.


Bankruptcy has helped millions of Americans stop creditor harassment, avoid home foreclosure, and resolve unpaid debts.  Let Zarazua Law help you!  Our goal is to relieve your financial problems with the least amount of stress and confusion as possible.

When filing for bankruptcy, Texas offers more advantages to debtors than most states. Texas offers broad “exemptions” for certain assets you can keep when you file for bankruptcy. This is especially true for secured property, such as your home and vehicle.

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