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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Firm Name: ATHAIDE LAW FIRM
Attorney name: Ms. Yolande Athaide (I need the "Ms." in there, as many people aren't familiar with the French form of the name "Yolanda").
Address: 5925 Kirby Drive, Suite E495, Houston, TX 77005 (this is a temporary address, will change in about a couple of months)
Phone: 832-453-5574 (also temporary)
Website: www.athaidelaw.com (not yet active)
Practicing: Immigration law; Social Security Disability law; other areas of purely federal law
Licensed in: California
Not licensed in Texas
Admitted to U.S. District Court for Central District of California and Southern District of Texas.
Member: American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Houston Bar Association, Immigration Advocates Network
The above firm is a solo law practice. Because I am licensed in a state other than Texas, where I practice, and with my federal district court admissions, I am only allowed to practice areas of federal law in Texas. Most of my clients will be in the area of immigration law and, hopefully, social security disability law. Eventually, I hope to branch out into IP and Cyberlaw, but that will come later.
The licensing/admission information (cluster in 2nd para above) should appear on the letterhead. If the business card has room for it, it can be placed on there. Address and phone number are temporary at this point, website is awaiting approval from Texas State Bar, so is not yet active. Bar association membership can be placed on letterhead if there is room for it.
I like blacks, grays, maybe silver, blue and dark greens. I'm willing to consider gold if not used too much. I like white paper better than off-whites.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
Logo, letterhead, envelope, business card.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Clients needing assistance in immigration law, social security disability, other federal areas. Foreign students, employees, visitors to the U.S., family members of U.s. citizens and residents or people with social security claims will constitute my client base.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
Simple designs are better.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Information in first cluster must be on business card. Letterhead must also have licensure information.
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