Haller Legal

Eugene C. Haller,
Attorney at Law

You’ve got a friend in me. 

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Round Rock Attorney

Protecting clients in Williamson and Travis Counties and the Hill Country

Life takes unexpected turns. Whether it’s a criminal charge, a suspended driver’s license, a divorce, a child custody suit, or preparing for the future with a will and estate documents,  Eugene Haller is an experienced attorney prepared to help.  

Call us at 512-982-6069.

Eugene Haller is recognized in the community for his excellent legal care. He was selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star by Thomson Reuters for 2019 and again for 2020. Austin Monthly lists him as a Top Attorney for 2020. 

We serve clients in most of Austin and the Texas Hill Country, including Williamson County and Travis County, as well as Hays, Bastrop, Comal, Lee, and Caldwell Counties.

My engagement started off great – I received a response to my question on Yelp within 10 minutes (on a Saturday).

My experience continued positively with Kay’s friendly and professional attitude as well as her constant communication throughout the entire process. She was always available to answer any and all of my questions – I never had any trouble getting a hold of her.

While nothing is guaranteed when it comes to legal outcomes, you can be sure that they will treat you with respect.

— Alan, Former Client


Criminal Defense

We work to resolve cases, remove warrants, restore driving privileges, and keep our clients out of jail. Do not accept an offer from a court without consulting an attorney and knowing your options.


Family Law

Whether it’s a divorce, a custody issue, or child support, Attorneys Eugene and Kay will work to make sure your voice is heard and your interests are represented to the Court with tact and dignity.


Estate Planning

Make sure your last wishes are respected. We work with clients to craft estate plans that include wills, powers of attorney, medical directives, and other documents to ensure they never lose control over their lives.


CPS Defense

Our roles can vary whether we are representing a parent, a child, or a foster child. Our goal, however, never changes—to make sure the rights, voice, and preferences of our clients are respected. 

“Eugene talked over all of my options and really helped me through the process. He was very communicative throughout, and he ended up saving me a lot of money.”

— Michael, Former Client

“I highly recommend. Kay was in touch with me every step of the process. Not only was she informative but made every thing easy. She took care of everything and was very friendly.”

— Teresa, Former Client

“I couldn’t give more thanks for these guys helping me out.”

— Marcus, Former Client

“I always had a very positive experience working with Kay throughout the process. She always kept me up-to-date with the case updates and gave a detailed summary of all the events. I would definitely recommend them!”

— Art, Former Client

If you’re paying for an attorney, you should get to talk to one.

Don’t hire a firm that hands you off to staff members or paralegals. We always talk directly to our clients—the only barrier between you and us is a receptionist to take calls when we are in court. 

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Having the Right Representation Matters

Law firms are not one size fits all. Overly aggressive attorneys can turn small problems into years long battles. Passive attorneys can leave too many stones unturned or be pushed around in court. We’re Texans, and that shows in our practice of law. We know that a friendly smile and a firm handshake can take a case far, but when the going gets tough, we’ve got grit. 

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We’re here to help. Our office will contact you as soon as possible, often within an hour. 



1000 Heritage Center Circle
Suite 114
Round Rock, TX 78664
p: 512-982-6069
f: 512-686-3403

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