Recent Representative Experience
While past successes are no guarantee of future outcomes, the following are recent results Mr. Richey has obtained for his clients:
- Responded to petition for writ of mandamus on behalf of Real Party in Interest in a suit to modify the parent-child relationship. The petition for writ of mandamus was denied.
- Obtained new trial for Husband in divorce case following final hearing. Court erroneously characterized the Husband's separate property as community property and unconstitutionally divested the Husband of his separate property in the Final Decree of Divorce.
- Obtained new trial for client following default judgment. Court found service on client was improper.
- Obtained new trial for husband following agreed divorce when Court found wife committed fraud in obtaining the agreement.
- Represented Father in obtaining the right to determine the primary residence of his children in contested modification of Divorce Decree.
- Represented Mother in obtaining the right to determine the primary residence of her child in contested Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship.
- Prosecuted claim of negligence on behalf of software company against data storage company. Confidential settlement reached.
- Prosecuted claim of breach of fiduciary duty against Independent Executor of an Estate on behalf of beneficiary. Confidential settlement reached.
- Prosecuted homeowner's claims against neighbor for negligence and violations of the Water Code. Confidential Settlement reached.
- Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D., 2005)
- The University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 2000)
- Texas, 2005
- Williamson County Bar Association
- State Bar of Texas, Appellate Section
- State Bar of Texas, Child Protection Section
- State Bar of Texas, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section
Mr. Richey practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation, probate law and family law, with an emphasis on appellate issues. His probate practice encompasses most areas of estate and trust administration, representing executors, trustees, heirs and beneficiaries in contested and uncontested matters.
Attorneys consult with Mr. Richey on civil litigation and family law cases regarding issues requiring particularized attention both at the trial court and appellate levels. This gives him a unique perspective that benefits both his litigation and appellate clients.
Mr. Richey built his practice almost exclusively on referrals from other lawyers and current or former clients. He is grateful for the trust and confidence that his clients and other attorneys have placed in him and he works hard to continue to earn that trust.
Attorney at Law
12112 Anderson Mill Road, Suite 12D
Austin, Texas 78726