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Military, Criminal, and Family Law in Harker Heights (Bell County) and Georgetown (Williamson County)

As an experienced attorney, our office provides exceptional representation on criminal defense, family law, and military law matters.

Defense Lawyer in Texas

If you need an attorney in Bell, Coryell, Williamson County, or in Fort Hood who knows the law and what it means to serve the community and country, we can help you.  We can assist with your family law, criminal defense or military-related issues.

THE LAW OFFICE OF BRADFORD J. GLENDENING

Family Law Attorney

THE LAW OFFICE OF BRADFORD J. GLENDENING has over 20 years of military law experience, 16 of which has been in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. We have represented thousands of soldiers and dependents in need of a family law attorney, criminal defense lawyer, or guidance them through the court-martial process.  

Our Practice Areas

  • Driving while intoxicated

  • Driving while license invalid

  • Drug offenses

  • Assault and battery

  • Sexual assault

  • Expunctions and orders of non-disclosure

  • State and federal

  • Probation violations

  • Felonies and misdemeanors

  • Occupational driver's licenses

  • Courts-martial

  • Article 15s (NJP)

  • Administrative separations and elimination actions

  • Letters of reprimand (e.g., GOMORS)

  • Discharge upgrades

  • Suspect rights

  • Article 120 - Rape

  • Article 120b - Sexual assault of a child

  • Article 120c - Other sexual misconduct

  • Aggravated sexual assault

  • Rape

  • Manslaughter and attempted murder

  • Larceny

  • Drug crimes

  • Article 81 - Conspiracy

  • Obstruction of justice

  • Pandering

  • Solicitation

  • Adultery

  • Sodomy

  • Articles of the UCMJ

  • Child custody

  • Child support and spousal support

  • Child custody and visitation

  • Collaborative divorce

  • Dividing retirement assets in divorce

  • Divorce mediation

  • Enforcement of divorce terms

  • Parental relocation

  • Parenting plans

  • Paternity and parentage

  • Post-divorce modifications

  • Pre-marital and post-marital agreements

  • Property division

  • Step-parent adoptions

  • Temporary orders before divorce

  • The collaborative law divorce process

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