Troy has one goal in every case: to achieve the best outcome possible for his clients. His experience practicing family law at the trial and appellate levels gives him a perspective he can share with his clients about what is possible and what it requires to accomplish the goals they set. His courtroom experience informs his understanding of what the law is, and through his work in appeals, he endeavors to argue what the law should be.
Troy graduated in the top twenty-five of his class, with cum laude honors, from South Texas College of Law Houston. He served as the Student Bar Association President and as an Editor on the South Texas Law Review in his final year of law school. He was named to the Dean’s List multiple times and was inducted into the Order of the Lytae, recognizing outstanding academic achievement.
Troy understands that every case in family law comes with its own unique set of challenges and circumstances. His goal is to make every effort to achieve amicable solutions in even the most contested of cases. His strength is his ability to pivot into a dedicated and capable litigator when cooperation does not achieve the desired results. Understanding when that moment comes and having the foresight to see it as soon as possible helps Troy achieve the outcomes his clients seek in the most time and cost-efficient manner possible.
Commitment to his craft means always learning about new developments in the law and discovering new ways to leverage technology to improve courtroom presentation and all areas of legal representation.
- J.D., South Texas College of Law, cum laude
- B.A., The University of Texas at Austin
- B.S., The University of Texas at Austin
- Named to Super Lawyers "Rising Star" list in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019
Volunteer and Community Work
- Childbuilders, Young Professionals Board, 2012-2015
- Young Alumni Council, South Texas College of Law, 2012-2018
- Member, State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
- Member, Fort Bend County Bar Association
- Member, College of the State Bar of Texas
- United States, Southern District of Texas
Trainings and Certifications
- 30 Hour Advanced Family Mediation Training
- 40 Hour Basic Mediation Training