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Law Office of Kevin Stouwie serves clients throughout Texas, and is based in San Antonio.

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Texas Parole Attorney

Fighting to Reunite Families Throughout Texas

Contact an Attorney Committed to Helping Families of Inmates

At the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie, our mission is to guide Texas inmates and their families through the incarceration process in a way that promotes personal growth and makes early release through parole more attainable. Call our office today at 855-727-6533 or contact us online to schedule an initial meeting. Initial in-office consultations with family members are free and in-custody visits to inmates are available for a low fee.


Doing Your Part as the Loved One of a Texas Inmate

Inmates are not the only members of their families who suffer during a period of incarceration. Their spouses, children, parents, and other loved ones must also face significant challenges. Life goes on for the families of inmates. They continue to face financial constraints, family law issues, and other issues. Moreover, many may be uncertain how they can best help their loved ones serving sentences. As part of our service to inmates and their families at more than 100 Texas correctional institutions, our team at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie meets with families of inmates to provide advice and inmate parole information, answer questions, and provide referrals when necessary for specific legal issues. 

Frequent Issues That Family Members Face

Family members almost always have numerous questions when a loved on is committed to a Texas state jail or correctional facility:

  • What can I do to help my incarcerated loved one? - Family members may provide financial assistance to inmates by contributing to an Inmate Trust Fund. These funds cannot accept cash or personal checks but can accept money orders or online payments. Inmates can use these funds for limited purchases at the prison commissary as well as the payment of other expenses. 

  • How can I communicate with my loved ones? - Qualifying inmates may receive mail, although it is prescreened for contraband by prison officials. An e-messaging system is also available that allows inmates to receive messages from loved ones. Qualifying inmates may also register for telephone privileges, allowing them to make periodic phone calls to a preapproved list of numbers. Inmates can also receive visitors who appear on an approved list of up to 10 individuals.

  • When can I visit my loved one? - Visiting hours are normally Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Most general population inmates may have one visit every weekend that can include up to two adults for up to two hours. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact visitation may be permitted with the immediate family of qualifying inmates.

  • How should I behave during a visit?- Visitors are subject to search before being allowed on the premises and must adhere to a strict dress code. Visitors may carry only a wallet or small change purse. Visitors with infants may have a limited number of baby supplies. No tobacco is permitted.

Our team the the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie provides information for prisoners and their families in order to remove some of the uncertainty and fear that comes with incarceration.

"Kevin, I knew from the day we met that I had made the right choice. I will definitely recommend you to everyone I can...I cannot begin to express my deepest gratitude."

J. Solis- September, 2012

"Mr. Stouwie, I want you to know that my loved ones and I are very satisfied with your services. In my opinion, everything you did was perfect. You went above and beyond in your efforts to gain my freedom. I thank you for never giving up on me."

G. Flores - August, 2012

"Thank you so very much for winning my freedom back...My whole family says thank you as well...We made it!"

T. Morris - August, 2012

"Thank you for your hard work. I'm very grateful for having my son back."

M. Nguyen - June, 2012

"I'm stuck on WOW!!! During our interview, we discussed not expecting a miracle this go around. Repeat offender, two 18 year sentences, running cc, and you made my first parole! I'll be serving right at two years on this. UNBELIEVEABLE!...I'm just so grateful to you and your office for helping me gain my freedom...Nothing I can write on this paper could begin to express my gratitude."

Catherine B. - April, 2012

"I was granted the FI-2 and of course I am overjoyed and I want to thank you for all your assistance...I will recommend your services to others who may need trusted assistance in their (parole) review process."

T. Chau - March, 2012

"Thank you for all your help! May your family be blessed and you law office prosper and succeed. My freedom is precious and I shall not take it for granted."

​B. Henderson - November 2011

Attorney Kevin Stouwie chooses to focus his law practice on representing Texas prison inmates seeking early release through parole because he believes people can learn from past mistakes and society as a whole benefits when former inmates receive opportunities to build new lives.