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Texas Lawyer Robert Berleth Gives ‘Bad Advice’ to Dupe a Client and Allegedly Steal a Truck

Berleth abuses his status as a lawyer to manipulate this unwitting client into giving him title to property by fraudulent inducement.



(Court 157, Judge Tanya Garrison)

 28 Feb 2022 | Republished 17 Jun, 2022

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Notice of oral hearing set for Oct 7,  2022



Defendants Robert W Berleth and Berleth & Associates PLLC’s Motion to Quash Service.

Lawyer Richard Gardner Wilson of Kerr Wilson PC is known to represent lawyers being sued. He represents Berleth in this suit, and has defended Berleth in a prior action with the same plaintiff.


In the Interim, Berleth is Having a Home Fire Sale (Price Reduced $30k)

UPDATE: JUN 23, 2022

No movement by the court since the request to substitute service on June 13.

Berleth is avoiding service and the most recent address is showing as listed for sale this week.




LIT would assume he’s back at the original address,

6731 Apple Valley Ln, Houston, TX 77069

which appears to be a relative, e.g. parent or family member.

We say that in the belief his credit and FICO won’t be great, especially when you read the Montana rental home case in 2018, which follows.

Rideg v. Berleth, CV 21-21-M-DLC (D. Mont. Aug. 9, 2021)

“…the court is not fooled…by the disingenuous Berleths’…”

Rideg v. Berleth, ( Montana Supreme Court, Aug. 25, 2020)

Upon our review of the record, we are troubled by the inaccuracy of many of Robert’s factual
and legal representations here and below as a self-represented litigant but licensed member of the Montana Bar.

While we generally give wide latitude to self-represented litigants, we caution
Robert to be more cognizant of his professional duties before the courts of this State.

See M. R. Pro. Cond. 1.1, 1.3, and 3.3 (competence, diligence, and candor to the tribunal).

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Texas Lawyer Robert Berleth Gives ‘Bad Advice’ to Dupe a Client and Allegedly Steal a Truck


  1. Wm Rideg

    July 20, 2022 at 4:42 pm

    Thank you, keep up the good work!

  2. An old friend

    September 13, 2022 at 3:26 pm

    I knew him personally, He said he will help me with a legal matter. He played around for a year only to completely scam me and remove himself from the case that was a “Done deal. I knew his character was shady from our time together but I had no where to turn and maybe still my fault but he’s a scam.

  3. Robert Foran

    November 9, 2022 at 4:52 pm

    Got another case you might want to post about with berleth in ot

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