Property Tax Appeal Lawyer
In 2014, Lyndsey graduated from the University of Texas School of Law and began her legal practice at a small litigation law firm in her home town of Fort Worth, Texas. During her first two years of practice, Lyndsey had the distinct opportunity to serve on an experienced litigation team fighting large oil and gas producers for underpayment of royalties on behalf of thousands of royalty owners.
Lyndsey also gained significant experience in ad valorem tax litigation. She has fought to lower the value of multi-million dollar properties throughout Texas including attending two trials against different appraisal districts. With experience representing both corporate and individual property owners, Lyndsey strives to provide personalized and efficient legal services.
Although she has a UT Law degree, Lyndsey is a die-hard fightin' Texas Aggie and spends most of her free time watching Texas A&M athletics with her husband and two dogs. Lyndsey also serves on the Board of Directors of a local non-profit, Cuisine for Healing, is an active member of Junior Women's Club of Fort Worth and is now an Adjunct Professor with Texas Christian University.
- State Bar of Texas
- Southern District of Texas
- Northern District of Texas
- Institute For Professionals in Taxation
- Texas Aggie Bar Association
- Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association
Internships and Clerkships
- Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
- Texas House of Representative, District 61
- The University of Texas School of Law, JD 2014
- Texas A&M University, B.A. magna cum laude, 2011
“Preston won my trust. He kept in close contact with me throughout the entire process. He went above and beyond to make sure that I understood everything that was going on. I am so pleased with his work and without a shadow of a doubt, I think he is one awesome attorney. I would refer my family and friends who live in Texas and the surrounding areas to his practice.” Jacqueline S.