D Scott Cain
Attorney D Cain is a Member of Cain & Associates, PC, a law firm in Cleburne, TX. As a lawyer in Cleburne, Texas, attorney Cain serves Johnson County, as well as clients throughout Texas.
Areas of Practice
- Appellate Practice
- Business Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Oil and Gas
- Real Estate
- Wills and Living Wills
Admitted to Practice Law
- 2000, Texas and US District Court, Northern District of Texas
|:||Criswell College, BA, 1989|
|Law School||:||Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, 1999|
- Tarrant County, Johnson County and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Texas; Martindale Hubble AV-rated; BBA
Scott Cain is a Texas native who graduated from Cleburne High School in 1985. After receiving his B.A. from Criswell College, Scott received his juris doctorate from Texas Wesleyan Law School, magna cum laude in 1999. While in law school, Scott served as an editor of law review and was a member of Phi Delta Phi.
Scott is a member of the Texas State Bar association, Tarrant and Johnson County Bar Associations, is AV-rated by Martindale Hubble and has been recognized as Johnson County's best attorney for the past three years by the Reader's Choice awards.
In addition to managing Cain & Associates law firm, Scott currently serves as the Mayor of Cleburne. Scott has also served on numerous boards, including the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce, Cleburne Economic Development Board, United Way, Cleburne Pregnancy Center, Christian Lodge, and many others. Scott teaches Bible Fellowship at Field Street Baptist Church.
Scott's practice includes trials and appeals (with an emphasis on business, fiduciary, and real estate matters), real estate transactional and litigation, and business matters (including corporate sale and aquisitions, contract negotiation and creation, mergers, and litigation matters).
Born: Cleburne, Texas, November 15, 1966
Cain & Associates, PC
508 N. Ridgeway Dr.
Cleburne, Texas 76033
Cain & Associates, PC is located in Johnson County Texas.
Civil Litigation; Real Estate; Probate and Estate Planning; Corporate mergers and acquisitions; Business matters; Trial and Appeals
Breach of fiduciary duty case
complex litigation involving real estate, partnerships, trusts and breach of fiduciary duties
will contest with aspects of real estate. Will contest was won, and jury found there was a deed to a large farm that was lost or destroyed. Case was affirmed by the court of appeals and state supreme court. Cain & Associates handled the trial and the appeals.