Joseph E. Broussard, IV

Joseph E. Broussard
Shareholder
Beaumont
t: 409.835.5011 ext. 480
f: 409.835.5177

JoeBroussard@mehaffyweber.com

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Joe Broussard, a member of one of the founding families of Jefferson County, Texas, joined MehaffyWeber in 1988 and became a shareholder in 1994. He began his practice under the tutelage of the renowned business attorney John L. Bell, Jr. Joe is board certified in Estate Planning and Probate by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and heads the firm’s Business Department. His experience includes work with numerous closely-held and family owned businesses, residential and commercial real estate developments, convenience stores, petroleum fuel jobbers, real estate transactions involving both surface and mineral interests, oil and gas transactions, wills, trusts, estate tax, gift tax and generation skipping tax planning. Joe is legal counsel and an executive board member for Three Rivers Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Awards and Recognitions

  • Recognized, “Best Lawyers’ ® Lawyer of the Year ” 2016 Beaumont, Trusts and Estates
  • Recognized as a “Texas Super Lawyer®,” by Law and Politics in Texas Monthly magazine, 2005 - 2010, 2013-2017
  • Best Lawyers in America® in Trusts and Estates," 2009 - 2018
  • Recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as a “Texas’ Top Rated Lawyer® AV® Preeminent™ Rated- Estate Planning,” 2011 - 2015
  • AV® Preeminent™ 5.0 out of 5 Rating in Martindale-Hubbell

News and Events

  • Ten MehaffyWeber Attorneys Named Best Lawyers in America for 2014
  • MehaffyWeber Attorneys Selected to the 2014 Texas Super Lawyers
  • The Best Lawyers in America Recognizes Eleven Lawyers from MehaffyWeber in 2013 Edition
  • The Best Lawyers in America Recognizes Seven Lawyers from MehaffyWeber in 2012 Edition
  • Fifteen MehaffyWeber Attorneys Named Super Lawyers 2008
  • 13 MehaffyWeber Attorneys Chosen as Texas Monthly Super Lawyers®-2007
  • 14 MehaffyWeber Attorneys Named Texas Super Lawyers for 2006

Results

Joe’s experience includes work with numerous closely-held and family owned businesses, residential and commercial real estate developments, convenience stores, petroleum fuel jobbers, real estate transactions involving both surface and mineral interest, oil and gas transactions, wills, trusts, estate administration, estate tax, gift tax, and generation skipping tax planning.