With over 75 years of combined experience, Kelsey, Kelsey & Hickey Law Firm is one of the most experienced law firms serving Denton County and the greater North Texas area.
Our staff is dedicated to helping clients with legal matters regarding the following: -Business Law & Entity Formation -Contracts -Condemnation & Eminent Domain -Estate Planning -Guardianship -Municipal Law -Oil & Gas -Probate -Real Estate -General Civil Trials and Appeals in State and Federal Courts Please contact our law firm with questions about your legal issue, providing as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.
2225 East McKinney
Denton TX 76209
The law office of Kelsey, Kelsey & Hickey, P.L.L.C. will represent your real estate legal matters.
Practice Areas -Business & Business Entity Formation -Condemnation & Eminent Domain -Elder Law -Guardianship -Municipal Law -Oil & Gas -Probate & Estate Planning -Real Estate
General Civil Trial Law; Probate Law; Real Estate Law; Elder Law; Business Law; Contracts; Trusts; Guardianship; General Civil Practice; Condemnation; Eminent Domain
Admitted: 1995, Texas; 2005, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
Law School: Texas Wesleyan University, J.D.
Member: Denton County Bar Association (Member, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Section; Chairman, Real Estate Subsection, 1997-1998; Section Secretary, 2000-2001; Section President, 2001-2002); State Bar of Texas (Member: Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section; Litigation Section; General Practice, Construction Law, Solo and
Small Firm Section).
Biography: Certified to serve as Ad Litem in Guardianship and Probate matters. Adjunct Faculty, Probate Law Course, Texas Woman's University, 1999.
Born: Denton, Texas, 1968
Texas Wesleyan University
Juris Doctorate ,
General Civil Trial Law; Appellate Practice in all State and Federal Courts; Real Estate Law; Probate Law; Business Law; Banking Law; Negligence Law; Products Liability Law; Condemnation Law; Municipal Law
Admitted: 1964, Texas
Law School: University of Texas at Austin, LL.B.
Member: Denton County Bar Association (President, 1973-1974; Member and President, 1999-2000, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Section); State Bar of Texas; College of the State Bar of Texas.
Biography: Phi Alpha Delta. Former Adjunct Faculty: Business Law, University of North Texas; Probate and Trust Law and Civil Trial and Procedure, Texas Woman's University; Business Law, Big Bend Community College; Business and Banking Law, American Institute of Banking. Author and Speaker of seminar materials on real estate, eminent domain, oil and gas, and probate.
Born: Big Spring, Texas, March 8, 1940
MilitaryService: JAGC, USAF, 1964-1967
University of Texas at Austin
Oil and Gas Law; Mineral Law; Condemnation; Probate; Guardianship; Real Estate
Admitted: 1994, Texas; 1998, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
Law School: South Texas College of Law, J.D.
Member: Denton County Bar Association (Member, Sections on: Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law)); State Bar of Texas (Member, Sections on: Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law; Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law) .
Biography: Member, Denton County Building and Properties Committee, 1995-1997. Certified to serve as Ad Litem in Guardianship matters.
Born: Denton, Texas, January 27, 1968
MilitaryService: Capt., JAGC, U.S. Army, 1997-2003; Major, JAGC, U.S.A.R., 2003-2005
South Texas College of Law
Juris Doctorate ,
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