Texas Department of Banking defense lawyer.

ALAN ABERGEL IS AN ATTORNEY licensed by both the State Bar of Texas and the State Bar of California.  

THE LAW OFFICES OF ALAN ABERGEL, P.C. also provides California DFPI money transmission license enforcement defense services.

An attorney that represents you or your company in an administrative Texas Money Service Business, Money Transmission, or bank charter license enforcement case, can only be effective if that attorney is also a  Money Service Business and/or Money Transmission and/or bank charter compliance lawyer, who is knowledgeable in TX Department of Banking (DOB), CFPB, FTC, and other applicable Texas and federal Money Service Business, Money Transmission laws, and banking regulations.  A general administrative lawyer that defends all types of Texas licensees (nurses, healthcare professionals, barbers, cosmetologists, locksmiths, manicurists, etc.) is highly unlikely to also regularly practice Money Service Business, Money Transmission, banking. and financial services laws.  Being familiar with the procedural aspects of the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings and court procedures, such as administrative appeals to the Travis County District Court, is only one aspect of effective administrative representation.   The other aspect, that is even more important, is deep knowledge of and experience in the substantive laws that governs the specific license or area of regulation such as Money Service Business, Money Transmission, and banking laws.  THE LAW OFFICES OF ALAN ABERGEL, P.C. (“LOAA“) practices Money Service Business, Money Transmission, and banking (as well as financial services regulation) compliance and administrative defense.


The Texas Department of Banking operates under the oversight of the Texas Finance Commission, and is an agency of the State of Texas. The Department performs functions designed to maintain a financial regulatory system for Texas that promotes a consistent banking environment, and provides the public with convenient, safe, competitive banking and other stable financial services. The major functions of the agency are to charter, license, or register specific entities, which may include regulating and examining.

The Commissioner has authority to issue enforcement orders concerning the entities regulated by the agency.  These include banks, trust companies, prepaid funeral services, perpetual care cemeteries, money services businesses, and private child support enforcement agencies.


Feel free to call LOAA, a Texas Department of Banking defense lawyer, to discuss your DOB enforcement defense legal needs.