Wynne & Wynne | Austin
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The Wynne name is well-known and respected in the Texas legal world, going back to partner Anne Wynne’s great-grandfather, William Benjamin Wynne, who founded the Wynne & Wynne firm in 1877. The firm’s attorneys build on that legacy today by always keeping an eye toward their clients’ immediate and long-term goals, helping them find creative resolutions that allow them to move forward with renewed confidence.

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➤ LOCATION

3660 Stoneridge Rd
Bldg E, Suite 101
Austin, TX 78746

☎ CONTACT

info@wwlawaustin.com
(512) 904-0550

 

Areas of Practice


Our firm believes there is a way to handle a family law case by taking the high road. Keeping civility and respect at the forefront minimizes collateral damage to all parties, creating a greater opportunity for success and happiness after a significant life transition.


Our firm draws on years of experience from both sides of the criminal justice system, the prosecution and the defense. Combining creative thinking and a deep understanding of the justice system, our trial lawyers navigate clients through the various states of a criminal case with great success.


Our firm has successfully represented individuals and business clients as both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation. We have prosecuted causes of action and defended against them in their individual capacities and in class actions.

 
 

 
 
You must keep your eye on the objective, not the obstacle.
— William Randolph Hearst
 
 

 
 

Anne Wynne

FOUNDER

 

Mary Louise Phelps

ATTORNEY

 

Jeffrey Connelly

ATTORNEY

 

Rachel Putnam

ATTORNEY

Richard Fry

OF COUNSEL

 
 
 

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The attorneys of Wynne & Wynne, Austin, invite interested parties to request a consultation. To get started, please contact the firm by filling out the form below or by calling the firm in Austin at (512) 904-0550.

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