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Born of an intense commitment to community service, Walker & Chambers, Attorneys And Counselors at Law, was formed in Dallas, Texas in January, 1996 by Kenneth E. Walker and Demetri Chambers. The firm's mission is "serving the community by providing excellent and cost effective legal services." This mission is a personal philosophy for both Kenneth E. Walker, Esq., and Demetri Chambers, Esq., the firm's partners. Their first commitment is to servicing the firm's clients. To them, "serving others as lawyers is not a career; it's a life purpose." They conduct their practice with the primary goal of delivering the highest level of service to each and every client in a cost effective manner. They seek to resolve existing conflicts and prevent potential disputes.

Walker & Chambers is a general law practice providing legal services in the areas of civil, commercial and consumer litigation, consumer law, bankruptcy, labor and employment law, family law, personal injury, probate and estate planning, wills and trust, tax, real estate, corporations and partnerships, contracts, business transactions, business law, and computer law.

Walker & Chambers' clientele includes major private companies such as A.H. Belo Corporation and Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS), public agencies such as Dallas Housing Authority, and entrepreneurs such as concessions Unique, Inc., El International III, Inc., and non-profits, such as Metro Church of Christ and First Christian Evangelistic Methodist Church. The firm also offers a full complement of services to individuals.

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