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          Henrietta Ezeoke brings a wide range of experience in the legal profession, providing legal counsel in the areas of real estate and personal injury for more than 16 years. She received her Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 2000 from Houston College of Law (Formerly South Texas College of Law). 

          Her exposure to real estate started in 1997, when she obtained her real estate agent’s license. As a real estate agent, she negotiated contracts and facilitated the closing of multiple transactions for clients involving the sale, acquisition, leasing, and development of residential and commercial properties. Her experience as a real estate agent created a solid foundation for the development of strong negotiation skills and strong ability to listen and provide individualized service.
          As an attorney, Henrietta further gained extensive and in depth knowledge of the vast real estate law arena while serving as closing attorney and escrow officer for prominent Houston title companies, including North American Title Company and Chicago Title Company. As a closing attorney, she handled real estate transactions ranging from simple residential transactions to complex commercial transactions for both domestic and international clients. Her professionalism, integrity, sensitivity and accountability was fulfilled with every transaction and earned her the trust and confidence of numerous real estate professionals. She continues to represent clients in numerous real estate cases, including real estate contract disputes, commercial lease agreement disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, title disputes and wrongful foreclosures. Henrietta remains as dedicated to her clients’ best interest as her own, serving the legal needs of title companies, developers, investors and other real estate professionals and clients on all aspects of real estate transactions.

          In addition to her real estate experience, Henrietta has represented clients in a broad range of personal injury cases including vehicular accidents, pedestrian accidents, premises liability claims, slip and fall injuries, animal bite injuries, hurricane Ike claims etc. Many accident victims are afraid and do not know who to turn to or who to trust. Henrietta lets her clients know they can trust her. She brings to her law practice moral standards that stem from her strong christian background. She guides and represents her clients with integrity and compassion. She is passionate for her clients and feels privileged and honored to help her clients navigate through the challenges that arise from undesirable accidents.

           Henrietta's expertise, negotiating power, integrity and passion for personal service are nothing short of inspiring. Despite the demands of her legal career, Henrietta has remained a dedicated mother and advocate for various causes and organization within and outside the United States. She currently serves as the president of MET Africa Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Henrietta to promote literacy in less privileged communities in Africa.