Toronjo & Prosser Law

Toronjo & Prosser Law

Experienced Attorneys Serving Clients Throughout the Dallas Metroplex for Bankruptcy, Estate Planning and Wills, and Business Law

Firm Overview

We are a small firm dedicated to giving you the personal attention you deserve, and you will not simply be just another client to meet a quota or goal.

We promise that you will meet with an attorney to review your case, an attorney will prepare your paperwork, and when you have questions, you will speak with an attorney, as opposed to a legal assistant or paralegal like in many other firms.

Our bankruptcy attorneys have filed thousands of bankruptcy cases and are well versed on the Bankruptcy Code and Texas exemptions, so you can be sure that your case is handled with the care and knowledge that you deserve. We are also experienced in many other areas of the law, which allows us to take care of all of your legal needs without you having to find multiple attorneys.

Our office is conveniently located at the intersection of Highway 75 and Walnut Hill, and just a couple blocks from DART.

We're so committed to personal service that we even offer WEEKEND appointments (in addition to daily weekday appointments) for FREE Consultations.

Call 214-609-8787 right now to schedule your Free Consultation. It's the first step toward the new beginning you deserve.

Main Office

Toronjo & Prosser Law
8150 N. Central Expressway
Suite 975 (South Building)
Dallas TX 75206


(214) 609-8787


(866) 640-7043


Free Initial Consultation?


Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Fees vary depending on complexity of your case and a firm quote will be given after an initial FREE consultation.

Hourly Rates


Office Information

Office Hours

8:30 - 5:00PM Monday through Friday; Evening & Weekend availability by appointment only; Evening & Weekend phone consultations.

Emergency After Hours


Other Offices

Lewisville Day Office
405 TX-121 a250

Derek K Prosser

Toronjo & Prosser Law

Derek Prosser is a proud husband and father of his two daughters. Although not a native Texan, he developed a love for the diversity, culture and, in particular, cuisine of Texas while attending law school in Houston. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, watching way too much televised sports, and playing plenty of golf.

After law school, Derek moved from Texas to the Washington D.C. metro area to pursue his legal career. Admitted to practice law in Virginia, he began his legal career by defending questionable conduct of high-profile politicians. Not necessarily sold on that particular practice area, he took a chance with a small firm that had just launched a bankruptcy practice and began to perfect his craft, particularly in the areas of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Eventually, his attention to detail and commitment to his clients was noticed by one of the preeminent and most established bankruptcy firms in northern Virginia. It was there where he shed the bankruptcy training wheels and gained considerable knowledge and expertise in all aspects of bankruptcy, including consumer and business bankruptcies, but also Trustee litigation on behalf of the bankruptcy estate, creditor litigation and other necessarily related practice areas such as real estate, debt negotiation and civil litigation. In recognition of his skill and expertise, Derek was rewarded by being named partner in January 2013.

In June 2013, after 6 successful years in Virginia, Derek and his family moved back to Texas to be closer to family and friends. Newly admitted in Texas, he intends on transferring the knowledge and expertise he gained in Virginia to the future clients of Toronjo & Prosser Law. His goal is to establish a well-respected firm, in the eyes of both clients and peers, and one whose mission is always a "Clients First, Counsel First" mentality. From his experience, he understands that clients need help and need answers, and that in order to properly address those concerns, clients need to deal with an attorney first and always, not just an assistant or paralegal. By effectively counseling from the outset of a case, Toronjo & Prosser Law can anticipate and address potential problems before they arise, as opposed to when they've already surfaced (the "Counsel Later" approach), and, in the end, strive for a seamless representation.


Bar Number: 24086889
Texas, 2013

Bar Number: 75321
Virginia, 2007


University of Houston Law Center
Juris Doctorate, 2007

University of North Dakota
B.B.A. Accounting, 2003

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