Advocacy

Sutton Milam & Fanning is committed to maintaining a presence in the greater Waco area. We love the community we live in and feel strongly about giving back.

Walk-in Wednesdays

We know how hard it can be to get answers about certain legal issues. We want to make it a little easier. Recently, we started a new program called "Walk-In Wednesdays." On the first Wednesday of every month, we stay open late to provide free, 15-minute consultations to our neighbors and community members.

Whether you have a question about starting an estate plan or how to get your license back after a DWI, we are here to help. Visit us between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month to talk to one of our experienced attorneys.

Rooting for the Home Team

Since 2007, we have sponsored and coached little league baseball teams at Lake Air Little League. To date, over 150 boys and girls have worn jerseys that have born our logo. We are big believers that the lessons learned in baseball and softball; teamwork, dedication and discipline can play a key role in setting Waco's youth up for brighter futures.

Inspiring Future Lawyers

We have volunteered a considerable amount of time over the last few years to both coach and judge high school mock trial teams. The process is always rewarding. The 2015 Region 12 High School Mock Trial Competition, held in February 2015 was no different.

Sutton Milam & Fanning salutes each and every participant in the competition. How rewarding it is to see the future representation of Central Texans in such good hands!

Speaking Out for Your Legal Rights

Midway High School Career DayWe love the opportunity to speak to folks about what we do. Often the public perception is that we "work for the bad guy." So we love explaining how what we do can positively affect the lives of Central Texans and even preserve the rights afforded us by the US and Texas Constitution.

Recently, Midway High School invited us to speak at their career day. We were honored to share the podium with such great men as Woodway Police Officer Khalil Al-Halibi and former McLennan County Sheriff Larry Lynch. If your organization needs a speaker for an event, don't hesitate to reach out to us.