Austin Business and Estate Planning Attorneys

Serving Clients Throughout Central Texas

With roots dating back to 1976, the Austin law firm of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. , has earned a reputation as one of Central Texas' leading law firms for businesses, entrepreneurs and their families. Our experience and knowledge is backed by a reputation for building trust and confidence. Whether you are seeking advice for a single problem or opportunity, or can benefit from a long-term relationship with experienced outside legal counsel, we are ready to help.

Areas of Focus

At Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. , paying close attention to your specific needs is the foundation of our success. Whether you are calling to schedule an initial consultation or have been a client for many years, you will be treated with respect and will never be taken for granted.

Business Law and Estate Planning

  • Business law: We offer a full range of legal services for businesses, including business formations, acquisitions, succession planning, commercial contracts, trademarks, and employment law matters.
  • Estate planning and probate: We serve the estate planning and probate needs of families of all wealth levels, from the writing of a will to the administration of an estate or trust.
  • Tax law: Our firm offers depth of knowledge and experience in tax planning and compliance for most federal, state, and local taxes.
  • Construction: We are seasoned advocates in construction law, including issues related to bids, contracts, and litigation and dispute resolution among professionals in the building trades.
  • Employment law: We protect the rights of employers in litigation matters involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and workplace rights violations.

Commercial Litigation

  • Litigation : Our litigators help business clients resolve a broad range of business disputes in federal and state courts, including employment matters, trademark infringement, investment fraud, allegations of construction defects, contract disputes, and collections of commercial debts.