“If the power of thought is universal among mankind, so likewise is the possession of reason, making us rational creatures. It follows, therefore, that this reason speaks no less universally to us all with its ‘thou shalt’ or ‘thou shalt not’. So then there is a world-law; which in turn means that we are all fellow-citizens and share a common citizenship, and that the world is a single city. Is there any other common citizenship that can be claimed by all humanity? And it is from this world-polity that mind, reason, and law themselves derive.” Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
Comments from our clients
“Robin has got to be one of the most authentic lawyers in Texas. He was patient and very helpful to me during a difficult time.”
“Robin prepared a will for me. His work is outstanding, very thorough, and efficient, saving me time and money. I highly recommend him.”
“Robin was my attorney when my brother was living. Robin helped us with our trustee legal work. I always felt that there was more than a client relationship. Robin cared on a personal basis.”
“Robin represented me in the probate of my father’s will. His overall quality of service was excellent. I would be happy to work with him again if I need other legal services in this area of the law.”
-Mary Jane Ford
“Robin drafted my estate planning documents. I was impressed with his knowledge, work ethic, and experience. More than that, he was easy to work with.”
“Robin listens to you. He has been an attorney long enough to have experience, but he is young enough to be your attorney for many years.”
“It was a pleasure working with Mr. Cravey. He is quite thorough, patient with the client, and offers explanations and suggestions along with his legal expertise. He even corrected a flaw in an old prenuptial agreement (prior to Cravey) by authoring an appropriate postnuptial agreement.
“I have always received outstanding service from Robin. He wrote wills for both my husband and me. When my husband died, he personally accompanied my daughter and me to the courthouse to probate the will. He has always gone out of his way to assist me. I highly recommend him to anyone needing a lawyer or legal advice.”
[Clients quoted by permission.]
Robin Cravey opened his solo law office in Downtown Austin in June, 1998. He ran the office from the Vaughn Building at 807 Brazos St. until the spring of 2020, when he moved the office to South Austin. During the pandemic emergency he converted to a virtual office. He and Sierra work together separately from their homes. Over the years he has been proud to represent clients of all ages, creeds, and colors, also from Central Texas, Texas, the United States, and Europe.