About Our Firm
Rybicki Law Firm, PLLC, is conveniently located in the DFW metroplex, in Farmersville, and serves clients in north Texas and across the country. To make representation convenient for our clients, we use the latest technology to answer questions, provide key case updates and facilitate expedient and efficient counsel. This enables us to represent clients from other areas who face legal matters in Texas — often without requiring those clients to travel to our state.
Our firm’s founder, attorney Klint Rybicki, began his legal education at Valparaiso University School of Law before receiving his Juris Doctorate degree in May of 2007 from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas (now Texas A&M University School of Law). During law school, Mr. Rybicki interned with the Dallas County District Attorney and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Klint Rybicki has spent his law career giving exceptional representation and counsel to his clients in matters such as family law, real estate transactions, civil litigation, consumer law, employment law and bankruptcy. He founded the Rybicki Law Firm, PLLC, in Royse City, with the goal of providing comprehensive, personalized service to clients with legal concerns in north Texas.
Mr. Rybicki is a member of the Rockwall County Bar Association and the Hunt County Bar Association. He currently lives in Caddo Mills, Texas, with his wife and three children.
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We are a full-service family law and business law firm that supports families, parents, entrepreneurs, executives and business leaders in a wide range of legal matters. Clients come to us because they are facing important legal issues that need to be solved as efficiently as possible in a manner that helps them protect their interests.
Our clients can rely on us again and again for the quick, smart answers they depend on to help them comprehensively address their concerns. We are committed to be there whenever they need us and for a full range of needs.