Casual and accessible,
but with aggressive representation
An “Air Force brat” whose families originate in San Antonio, Texas, and Long Island, New York, Nina Sanchez Willis was educated in New York, Paris, France, and Texas, having obtained her law degree at the St. Mary’s University School Of Law, in San Antonio, Texas. Ms. Willis received her law license in 1994.
Nina S. Willis
Ms. Willis moved to the Highland Lakes area in 1998 to work as a prosecutor for the 33rd Judicial District under Sam Oatman. And, after a two-year move to East Texas from 05-07, she returned to make the Highland Lakes area her home. A serious horsewoman for over 40 years, with over 24 years in cow horses and ranch sports, and over 22 years in the hunter/jumper industry, she now also runs Cuttin W Ranch. It is not uncommon to see her in jeans and spurs, working cutting horses. Ms. Willis won the American Cutting Horse Association World Champion Novice Rider cutting title in 2011.
Ms. Willis has been practicing law in the State of Texas for over 22 years. Ms. Willis is a former state felony prosecutor, having prosecuted for 4 and a half years in two jurisdictions in the State of Texas, including Cameron County in South Texas, and the Highland Lakes Area’s 33rd Judicial District, at the time comprised of Burnet, Blanco, Llano, San Saba and Mason counties. During her years as a prosecutor she has prosecuted many serious felonies, including violent and sex crimes, and acted as the Drug Impact Court prosecutor in both Cameron County and in the 33rd Judicial District, handling both felony criminal matters and asset forfeitures. Ms. Willis also has over 17 years’ experience as a criminal defense attorney in the hill country and many other counties of the state of Texas.
In addition, Ms. Willis has worked for the State of Texas as an Assistant Attorney General in the Child Support Division for the Texas Attorney General’s Office under former Attorney General Dan Morales. She has over 17 years’ experience practicing family law and handles matters from divorce to child custody and support issues to juvenile law, enforcement proceedings, and CPS matters. Ms. Willis also handles probate and guardianship matters, and is also known to handle contested matters in this genre of law.
Ms. Willis is a strong advocate for local residents in the commercial litigation arena as well. She handles commercial disputes, trying many cases locally in the hill country area, including construction, consumer, commercial, small business, prejudgment and post-judgement collections, real estate, and administrative law for both the plaintiff and the defendant. Ms. Willis also handles transactional matters in many areas: including real estate, contracts, estate planning, and business formations.
The Law Office of Nina S Willis is small and personable, yet very accessible via phone, email and in person. Meeting clients in Burnet county, Llano County, and other surrounding counties, it is not uncommon for Ms. Willis to make a visit to a client’s business or home if necessary. The firm also contracts with reputable attorneys as Of Counsel and investigators for any additional assistance a case may require.
The Law Office of Nina S Willis is a one-stop firm for residents and business owners alike. Although the firm’s atmosphere is casual and accessible, expect aggressive representation and strong litigation skills in the courtroom. An experienced trial attorney, Ms. Willis has tried over 50 cases to a jury in her career, and has tried hundreds of contested matters, including trials on the merits, to the bench. Let the Law Office of Nina S Willis fight your battles for you!
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Serving the Texas
Hill Country including all cities in the following counties: Lampasas, Burnet, Blanco, Llano, San Saba, Mason, McCulloch, Gillespie, Kerr, Hays, Travis, Bexar, Comal, Brown, Comanche, Erath