Hatton Law is a boutique real estate law firm that offers personalized and practical solutions to its clients. We excel at breaking down complex legal matters and providing our clients with the substantive information and guidance necessary to make decisions with confidence. Our team works with a network of professionals, including other attorneys and firms who focus on niche areas of real estate law, in order to serve the needs of our larger clients. We take pride in the strong and lasting relationships we have built with our long-term clients and strive to instill that same level of trust in every client we serve.
For over two decades, Joanne has been dedicated to helping people find solutions and leveraging her extensive knowledge of real estate. She has been involved in hundreds of real estate transactions and has successfully assisted numerous investors, developers, families, and individuals in resolving a wide range of real estate-related issues. During her time in law school, Joanne co-founded the Texas Real Estate Law Society at the University of Texas School of Law, served as its first president, and continues to maintain connections with the academic community. After graduating from law school, Joanne began working for an Austin tax firm, where her practice focused on IRS and Comptroller tax controversy. She later returned to the world of real estate, working for a local real estate law firm before founding Hatton Law in the summer of 2021. Joanne is a passionate advocate who works diligently to find the most efficient and effective solutions to address her clients’ legal needs.
After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics from Austin College, Rachel began her career at a well-known national investment company. Her interest in investment quickly expanded to encompass the world of real estate and the legal matters surrounding investment and development. Rachel brings this enthusiasm and expertise to her work at Hatton Law, where she manages the firm’s finances, contacts, and accounting systems.