Law Office of John S. Unell

Texas Law Firm

Law Office of John S. Unell

With over 25 years of experience in legal matters pertaining nearly exclusively to real estate issues, John S. Unell has provided his clients with personal and informative representation on matters both large and small.  As a Board Certified Residential Real Estate Law and Commercial Real Estate Law attorney, Mr. Unell utilizes both his training and his experience in providing you with the one-on-one individualized legal counsel you deserve.  

Practice Areas:
- Residential Real Estate Law
- Commercial Real Estate Law

Principal Attorney:
John S. Unell

Law Office of John S. Unell
555 Republic Drive Suite 200
Plano, Texas 75074
TEL:  972-516-4224
FAX: 972-516-4250

http://www.unelllaw.com/contact

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“U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services does not tolerate immigration fraud of any kind,” said Susan Raufer, director of the USCIS Newark Asylum Office. “We are proud of our role in uncovering this fraud scheme and bringing the perpetrator to justice.”

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