The Morales Law Office is a well recognized law firm in Central and West Texas area.The Morales Law Office, with their history of helping the injured and the accused, has built and maintains an effective legal practice. Let the Morales Law Office handle your legal matter expediently, professionally and successfully.
Novert Anthony Morales
Novert A. Morales earned his bachelor’s degree from Southwest Texas State University and his law degree from Texas Southern University. He has been in private practice since 1995 and is licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas.
Novert Morales is the founding partner of Morales Law Office, Attorneys at Law. Morales Law Office have offices in Austin, Midland and San Marcos Texas and has lived in Austin since 2005.
Novert Morales practices primarily in the areas of Criminal, Personal Injury and Family law. Novert Morales is a Board Member of the Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He is also a former Director with the Texas Young Lawyer Association and former member of the Bar Leadership Committee of the State Bar of Texas.
He is currently a member of the College of the State Bar and has been awarded “Business Man of the Year” by the Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and is currently an Ambassador with the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Fernando Ruiz was awarded his Bachelor’s degree at The University of Texas at Austin in 2006. He received his Juris Doctorate at the University of Arkansas and became a licensed attorney in the State of Texas in 2011.
For the past few years, he has worked tirelessly for the immigrant community in Deportation, Consular Processing, and Family Based Immigration. Coming from an Immigrant family, he understands the urgency of resolving criminal matters in a competent manner.
He has also dedicated himself to being the voice of abused and neglected children working as Ad Litem Guardian for the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) organization of Travis County and Northwest Arkansas.
In the course of Law School he became a member of the Delta Theta Pi legal Fraternity, Hispanic Bar Association and Knights of Columbus. For his countless voluntary hours he was awarded the Pro Bono prize and Robert F. Fussell Top Pro Bono Students. During a competition at Law School, he received an honorable mention for his brief and he made it to the quarter-finals.
He interned for Circuit Judge Division III Jay Finch, who handled the majority of juvenile cases in the area. Mr. Ruiz interned for Wal-Mart Legal and Legal Aid of Arkansas. During his commission for Legal Aid of Arkansas he helped women, who were victims of abuse, with obtaining protection orders and with other legal issues.
Mr. Ruiz believes it’s a blessing being in a position where he can help clients who, like his parents, seek the American dream.