Originally from New Orleans, Kathy E. Roux graduated from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center. After graduation, she began working for Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans, practicing poverty law.
After Hurricane Katrina, she and her family permanently relocated to Texas. She obtained her Texas license in June, 2006, and now has a solo practice in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate, Elder Law, and Guardianship.
Kathy has extensive experience with Elder Law, and Estate Planning. Kathy has a strong belief that proper estate planning today is the best plan. She represents clients in planning their estate that includes but is not limited to documents such as Wills, Revocable Living Trust, HIPAA Authorization, Advanced Directives aka “Living Will,” Declaration of Guardian, Statutory Power of Attorney, Pour-over Wills, Medical Power of Attorney.
She was recognized as a Top Attorney of North America in 2015 by Who’s Who Directories, and Texas Probate Attorney of the Year for 2016 by ACQ5 Global Awards, U.S. (Texas) Customer Service Law Firm of the Year for 2017 by ACQ5 Global Awards, Corporate USA Today – Probate Law Firm of the Year, 2017, Corporate USA Today – Leading Customer Service Law Firm of the Year, 2017, and M&A Today Global Rankings – Law Firm of the Year – Probate Law, 2017. She is also a member of Global Law Experts, and International Trade Council.
Kathy has written articles and conducted presentations on the following:
“Estate Planning,” “It’s the Law with Kathy Roux” radio show, Dallas, 2016; “Ask the Experts” radio show, Dallas, 2015-2016; White Settlement Senior Services Center, 2015; Senior Synergy Expo 2014, 2015, 2016; Tarrant County Bar Association, 2015; Arlington Women’s Association; 2014, J.L. Turner Association, 2014; Burleson Senior Resource Fair, 2013
Member, U.S. Supreme Court 2016
Member, Texas State Bar 2006
Member, U.S. District Court, Northern District of TX 2006
Member, U. S. Tax Court 2004
Member, Louisiana State Bar 1994
Member, U. S. District Court, Eastern District of LA 1994