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3730 Kirby Drive, Suite 777, Houston, TX 77098 | email: info@beachemlaw.com | call: (713) 333-9794
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Beachem Law Firm, P.C.
COMMITTED TO LEGAL RESOLUTIONS
QUALITY, INTEGRITY, EXCELLENCE
The Beachem Law Firm starts with quality, taking to heart the needs of the client first.  The Beachem Law Firm takes pride in displaying integrity when helping clients with their legal matters.  The Beachem Law Firm has built its reputation on being committed to excellence in all that we do.   

A CONTINUING TRACK RECORD
The reputation of the Beachem Law Firm continues today, and will carry on far into the future.  Clients know that excellence is within the very foundation of the firm.  If you would like to get started with your legal matter, contact us using the form on the Contact page or by calling the office.

Call (713) 333-9794 today to schedule an appointment.

Bar Admissions: 
State of Texas, 2009 
United States District Court and Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern District of Texas, 2014

Education:  
Juris Doctor, Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas 2009 
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina 1997

Professional Associations and Memberships:  
State Bar of Texas, Family Section Member
​American Bar Association, Family Law Section Member
Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law Inn of Court
Houston Lawyers Association​, Past President
National Bar Association 

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Jermecia A. Beachem
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-Abraham Lincoln
DID YOU KNOW?
 The largest city in Texas is Houston. It is also the fourth largest city in the United States. 
The term "maverick" derives from Samuel Maverick of Texas who was a lawyer, legislator, and land owner who refused to brand his cattle.
The City of Houston is named in honor of Samuel Houston who was a lawyer, military leader, governor, and politician.

In law it is good policy to never plead what you need not, lest you oblige yourself to prove what you can not.