Estates & Probate
Emmanuel has advanced training in various areas of taxation, business administration, and finance. He understands both the procedural issues in tax controversy as well as the substantive issues of contention in business taxation. Emmanuel’s understanding of the real estate leasing and development transactions enables him to provide added value strategy advice in real estate joint ventures. Emmanuel attended law school after working for over ten years in various mid-level and senior accounting roles in insurance, fast foods, Real Estate Investment Trusts, and mortgage servicing companies.
For the past few years, Emmanuel has devoted a substantial amount of his time towards immigration law, in particular, deportation defense in immigration courts in Texas and around the country.
TX State Bar # 24066507
Texas Wesleyan University School of LawJ.D. | 2011
Southern Methodist University School of LawMaster of Laws | 2012
Second Circuit Court of Appeals
Texas Northern District Court
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. Tax Court