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Rafee'a S. Majeed

Rafee'a S. Majeed

Law Office of R.S. Majeed
  • Family Law, Criminal Law
  • Texas
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Attorney Rafee’a S. Majeed is the Owner and Managing Attorney of The Law Office of R.S. Majeed. I am a Texas licensed Family Law attorney representing clients in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. I have been representing clients in this area for over 5 years, primarily handling divorces (contested and uncontested), child custody cases, child support cases, and modifications and enforcements of all family law cases.

One of my most key characteristics enabling me to be a successful attorney is adaptability. Because the laws are constantly changing, each and every case brings a unique set of challenges and issues and requires the ability to quickly adapt to keep up with the changes.

I have had success in obtaining desired results for my clients, but I also believe in having tough conversations with clients to ensure that their expectations are aligned with what the law will allow. I have a continuous dialogue with clients to discuss any changes in their situation as their case progresses and make necessary adjustments to their case as needed, if necessary.

I am proud to be a Texas lawyer. I work hard to provide and improve the level of service and representation given my clients.

Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law
J.D. (2007) | Law
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University of Arkansas - Fayetteville
B.S. (1998) | Accounting
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Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
Law Office of R.S. Majeed
- Current
• Caseload includes approximately 95% Family Law cases and 5% Criminal Law cases. • Balance and integrate both aspects of law and business in the firm. • Consult with clients to engage employment of their legal matters. • Litigate and progress client's cases from inception until their termination. • Assist clients in the enforcement of their final judgments. • Assess the value of legal processes and enhancements with innovative research of case law. • Provide timely and effective resolution to legal issues. • Represent clients in Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Collin counties.
Intake Attorney
Legal Aid of Northwest Texas (LANWT)
Provided legal information, legal guidance and legal resources to • Provided legal information, legal guidance and legal resources to assist callers with issues related to child custody, child support, and possession & access issues. •Successfully guided callers through the litigation process of a case and provided information on how to achieve a favorable outcome of their specific case. •Initiated intake application and provide legal advice for clients seeking legal representation from Legal Aid of Northwest Texas (LANWT) in a range of legal areas, including, but not limited to, Family Law, Employment Law, Guardianship/Probate, Bankruptcy, Housing, Expungements/Nondisclosures and Veterans services. •Advised callers of the law particular to their case and provided resources to assist callers in self representation while they await a decision on their application from LANWT.
Professional Associations
American Bar Assocation
Member Attorney
- Current
Activities: Family Law Section member
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Dallas Bar Association
Member Attorney
- Current
Activities: Family Law Section member
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State Bar of Texas  # 24094443
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Activities: Family Law Section member
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Texas
ID Number: 24094443
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  • Free Consultation
    We offer a free 15-minute consultation on all criminal law cases. In this consultation, the attorney will discuss any pending criminal charges and will provide information on obtaining representation.
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  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Family Law Cases - we charge a $300.00 consultation fee for up to an hour consultation. In this consultation, you and the attorney will have a chance to discuss your current situation and what type of legal representation is needed. This is an opportunity for you to have a candid conversation with the attorney about why you are seeking legal representation and to obtain information about the legal process and what to expect during the process. Our hope is that you leave the meeting with a better understanding of the process on which you are about to embark. If a prospective client chooses to retain our office to represent them within 2 weeks, we will credit the consultation fee to any retainer quoted.
Practice Areas
    Family Law
    Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Restraining Orders
    Criminal Law
    Drug Crimes, Expungement, Gun Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
  • English: Spoken, Written
Legal Answers
Q. Visitation modification
A: I would suggest you read through your current court order because in most Texas standard orders, there are already provisions in place for parents to begin residing over 100 miles apart. The range of modifications that can be made are all case specific, so I would suggest that you consult with a family law attorney to discuss your specific situation and what your options are. Good luck to you.
Q. If the sole managing conservator kicks the child out at age 13 does can the poss. Cons. Gain rights and pick up the kid
A: I hate to hear that a parent has kicked a 13-year-old child out of the house. If the possessory conservator is in a possession to take their child into their home, then they have every right to take possession of the child, unless there is a reason why the possessory conservator having possession of the child would not be in the child's best interest. In Texas, if a parent voluntarily relinquishes possession of a child for 6 months or more, with no intent of retaking possession, then the parent in possession of the child can file to modify the current court orders and ask to be named a managing conservator of the child. Also, if the child lives in Arkansas for those 6 months or more, the Texas court could lose jurisdiction over the child, and the county in Arkansas where the child has resided could gain jurisdiction. I hope this information helps. Good luck to you.
Q. My father never signed his will. He only has myself and my sister as far as family goes. What will happen to all of hi
A: A will is only valid if it is signed by the decedent and witnessed by two disinterested witnesses. If there is not a valid will when the decedent dies, then his assets (estate) passes to his heirs through the Texas laws of intestate succession. Given that your Father never signed his will, it not considered valid. Therefore, his estate (assets) will pass to you (and your heirs) and his sister (and her heirs) according to the laws of intestate succession (i.e. you and his sister will each inherit a share of his assets). It will be helpful for you to speak with a Wills, Trust and Estates attorney. I hope this information helps. Good luck to you.
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Law Office of R.S. Majeed
14850 Montfort Drive
Suite 280
Dallas, TX 75254
Telephone: (972) 677-3604
Fax: (469) 249-9092
Monday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM (Today)
Wednesday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 3 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed