We are here to help.

Serving residents of Comal County, Guadalupe County and surrounding areas since 1981.

Whether you need help with a real estate transaction, need to form a business entity, prepare a will, or need help with the probate process, I am here to help you.

After over thirty years of practicing law, I understand the legal process and will handle your matter in an efficient and professional manner.

You are welcome to contact our office to schedule an appointment.

Estate Planning, Wills, Probate

We assist clients in preparing wills, trusts, powers of attorney and related documents. We also assist clients in probating wills and administering estates.

Real Estate Transactions

We assist clients in buying and selling residential, farm and ranch, and commercial real estate. We also provide services in residential and commercial leasing.

Business Planning

We assist clients in forming new business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies (LLC's), partnerships and related entities.



We are passionate about the law and providing successful outcomes for our clients. Our promise to all our clients is to offer the very best legal advice and to consistently exceed your expectations.


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Meet the Attorney

Barry's commitment to serve each and every client of his respectfully, professionally, and efficiently has helped him win the loyalty of comprehensive clients in need of legal advice. At his office, Barry aims to provide you with the best legal solution for your unique case. With over three decades of experience, Barry will be able to guide you down the right path.


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Attorney at Law

Barry D. Moore

1973: Received Law Degree from the University of Texas 1981: Opened New Braunfels Location at 245 S. Seguin Ave. 1984-1994: Served as New Braunfels City Attorney Organizational Involvement: Rotary Club of New Braunfels, The United Way, Habitat for Humanity, The McKenna Foundation, New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church

The News

10. Sep
To Will or Not to Will

To Will or Not to Will

You Can’t Take It With You Death affects people in many ways. It never is timely. Death confronts the family with bereavement, with the need to readjust emotionally and financially, and often with an unknown future. Death is not only a personal issue but a legal one as well. A death certificate must be issued, and …
8. Sep
Living Trust Scams and the Senior Community

Living Trust Scams and the Senior Community

LIVING TRUST SCAMS AND THE SENIOR CONSUMER If you are age 50 or older, you should take special care when buying living trusts. Your age group is often a special target of salespersons whose goal is to sell you something without carefully analyzing your needs. It is easy to become a victim. Living trust sales are a …