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Since 1966, The Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) has been successfully matching clients who need legal services with lawyers who are interested and qualified to help with their legal issues. The LRS provides assistance for those looking for a private practicing lawyer. The lawyers on the LRS panel are screened for experience, are required to carry malpractice insurance, and are in good standing with the State Bar of Texas.

Why Choose the Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas?

Personal Service

When you need a lawyer but are unsure of where to begin, get in touch with us. When you call the Lawyer Referral Service (LRS), friendly staff will review your legal issue to determine the best course of action. We may be able to offer solutions or alternatives to hiring a lawyer.

During the first consultation with the lawyer, you will discuss your legal issues, options available, and the costs involved if you hire the lawyer. The first meeting is a meet and greet—a time for you to evaluate the lawyer’s expertise and decide if you want proceed with your legal issue.

Affordable Fee

At LRS, we believe that money must not be an impediment when it comes to finding and hiring a lawyer, which is why we charge a nominal fee of $20 for up to 30 minutes on your first consultation with a lawyer. We also offer a free consultations for Personal Injury, Criminal law, Workers’ Comp, Social Security Disability appeals, and Bankruptcy.

Any additional fees must be arranged between you and the lawyer. We do not set limits on fees charged beyond the initial consultation. LRS does not offer pro bono or free attorneys—all of our attorneys charge for their services.

All information provided will be treated as confidential communications made for the purpose of facilitating a referral. We will preserve the confidentiality of all information unless otherwise required by law.

  • Testimonials

    Thank you so much for your assistance and for the referral to this lawyer. I did decide to hire him to resolve my issue. I met with him yesterday and am very satisfied with his level of knowledge and expertise in this area. Your service proved to be extremely helpful and efficient.

    -A.P.

  • Testimonials

    I would like to thank you for the referral you provided to me. I had two false starts with other lawyers, 18 months had slipped by without any real progress. In frustration, I contacted you and you gave me his name. They took my case and handled it professionally, efficiently, and effectively, and we prevailed! I really appreciate your lead to them. I am very happy and would recommend highly this lawyer. Thanks again.

    -B.L.

  • Testimonials

    I actually just met with the lawyer earlier this week, and it was great. He gave me the advice I needed, and I was good to go. Your service is awesome, especially for new businesses like myself that just need some quick, affordable advice. Thanks.

    -K.S.

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Have Questions? We have Answers!
If you have any questions about the Lawyer Referral Service, feel free to call us at (512) 472-8303. You can also submit an online request explaining the nature of your legal issue and we’ll get back with you shortly.

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(512) 472-8303

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