Beverly R. Davidek is Mom to three awesome young men: Gerard, Steven, and Nick. She’s been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years, and most of those years of practice have focused on areas that directly affect families — especially families with children: special education law, estate planning, guardianships, and general counsel for family-owned businesses. She has also served as an Assistant District Attorney for Bexar County, prosecuting child abuse and neglect cases.
Beverly and her husband Dirk are also entrepreneurs, certified life and health coaches, international best-selling authors, health and wellness junkies, and world travelers. Their mission is to make happy lawyers and happy clients the norm and not the exception.
Beverly understands firsthand the importance of having all of your “ducks in a row,” so you can sleep at night, knowing that you have done all that you can to take care of your family — from a legal and financial standpoint, as well as from a spiritual and family legacy standpoint. She is a former teacher, and she approaches law with the heart of a teacher. She’s not satisfied until her clients are fully educated to make informed decisions about the things that matter most to them and their families.
Dirk Davidek has been a successful restaurateur, entrepreneur in the event planning and adventure travel industries, and co-owner and operator of a holistic wellness center that he and Beverly ran with their sons in San Antonio, Texas. Dirk graduated from Canyon High School in 1984, and earned a BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas at Austin in 1988. He also holds certifications as a personal development coach, nutrition coach, and blood microscopist, and is an international best-selling author. Dirk handles all marketing and community outreach for Davidek Law Firm, PLLC, manages the day to day operations of the firm, and is a Texas Notary.
Dirk’s family has a rich business tradition in the New Braunfels area. His parents were owners of Kettle Restaurant, which they later changed to Skillet’s, where Bill Miller BBQ now stands. They also owned Hungry Hobo, which they later changed to Cancun Café, where Bluebonnet Jeep now stands. From 1990 to 1999, Dirk was partners with his parents and served as general manager of Molly Joe’s, which is now Montana Mike’s. His parents also owned Log Cabins at Jacobs Creek at Canyon Lake.
In addition to working in various family businesses throughout the years, in his youth Dirk also worked at Oma’s Haus, Schlitterbahn, and his first job was washing dishes at The Gristmill – one block from the neighborhood where he grew up.
The Davidek Law Firm, PLLC, office sits in the same space where Dirk’s parents operated their businesses, and the office has been in the family since it was built in 1980.
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