Amy Montgomery

Amy N. Montgomery has practiced exclusively family law since her graduation from the University of Houston Law Center in 2004.  She is Board Certified in the area of Family Law.  The Texas Board of Legal Specialization is a specialized group of attorneys that must obtain exceptional experience in a specific area of law, pass a comprehensive exam, and complete ongoing continuing legal education in that specialized area.  Her focus includes all aspects of family law including divorce, modification, child custody, visitation, child support, property division, mediation, collaborative law, pre-marital and post-marital agreements, adoptions, and contested litigation.

She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas and earned her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston Law Center. While in law school, Amy was a member of the Mock Trial Team and winner of the Hippard Open Mock Trial Competition.  She was also invited into the Order of Barristers and a member of the Houston Journal of International Law Journal.

Amy is a frequent author and lecturer on family law and litigation topics for the State Bar of Texas.  Amy has also been featured as a “Texas Rising Star” by the Super Lawyer, a Thomson Reuters publication.  Candidates are evaluated on twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement and are forty years old or younger or been in practice ten years or less.  She was also recognized as a “Professional on the Fast Track” by H Texas Magazine.

In addition to advocating for her clients in the courtroom, Amy is certified as a mediator by the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center.  Amy is married to Chad Montgomery, a native Houstonian.  They have twin daughters and a son who are all actively involved in the Rush Soccer organization in The Woodlands.  As a wife and mother herself, Amy is aware of the complexity of the marital relationship and she strives to achieve the best possible outcome to encourage amicable family relationships to continue even after the legal process is complete.



J.D., University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas

B.A., cum laude, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas



State Courts of Texas

Texas Board of Legal Specialization – Board Certified in Family Law


Professional Associations/Memberships:

American Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section)

State Bar of Texas (Member, Family Law Section)

Houston Bar Association (Member)

Montgomery County Bar Association (Board Member, Founding Member of Family Law Section)

Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law American Inn of Court

College of the State Bar of Texas

Texas Family Law Foundation

Access Builds Children (Board Member)

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority



Selected as a Rising Star in the practice area of Family Law by Super Lawyer, a Thomson Reuters publication in  2013-2015, 2017 and 2018.

Selected as a Professional on the Fast Track by H Magazine in 2009.



“When do the constitutional rights of children ripen?” with Imogen Papadopoulos, University of Texas 2006, Family Law on the Front-Lines

“’Use it and Lose It’-Substance Abuse Issues in Divorce” with Lynn Kamin, State Bar of Texas 2006, Advanced Family Law Course

“Using Information from Social Networking Services in a Family Law Case”-Electronic Evidence with Adam J. Morris, State Bar of Texas 2007, Marriage Dissolution

“Effective Preparation and Presentation at the Final SAPCR Hearing:  Conservatorship, Support and Possession Issues” with Lynn Kamin, State Bar of Texas 2007, Advanced Family Law Course

“The Role of Mental Illness in a Custody Case” with Sharon Cammack, State Bar of Texas 2008, Advanced Family Law Course

“How to Pick and Prepare Witnesses for Hearings and Trials” with Nan Gibson, State Bar of Texas 2008, Advanced Paralegal Seminar



State Bar of Texas Family Law Seminar in Big Spring, Texas (2007)

Texas Young Lawyer’s Association, 10 Minute Mentor Program (2008)

State Bar of Texas Advanced Paralegal Seminar, San Antonio, Texas (2008)