Chloe Chartier graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a B.A. in English Literature and a minor in Biblical Studies. She then graduated from Texas A&M University School of Law with a J.D. with a concentration in Criminal Law Policy. During law school she was Vice President of the Federalist Society, Vice President of Aggie Law for Life, and a student government representative.
Chloe now practices family law out of the Bailey & Galyen Summit Avenue office in Downtown Fort Worth.
Attorney Biju Pillai is a native of Texas. He grew up in both Mesquite and Carrollton, having graduated The Colony High School before going off to college in the west coast. He attended California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California and graduated with a degree in business administration in 2001.
Cody Jordan was born and raised in Texas. Cody lived in the same Saginaw area home from his birth until the time he graduated from Boswell High School and went off to college. He attended the University of North Texas, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Radio, Television and Film. Cody worked in the field of television sales before moving forward with his desire to be an attorney.
Jennifer is very driven; which helps her be a strong and effective advocate for her clients. She believes in treating people who are dealing with difficult situations as well as happy events such as adoptions and pre-nups with dignity, compassion and respect while providing excellent representation and personal service.
Elizabeth Nielsen first knew she wanted to be a lawyer when she was in fifth grade and watched a family member run for a judicial position in Dallas. Ms. Nielsen remains impressed with what attorneys and judges do to help people. Ms. Nielsen recognizes her clients experience tremendous stress when facing family law concerns. She helps relieve that burden through solid advice and advocacy.
Mr. Kennedy is a native Houstonian with more than 13 years of trial and appellate experience. He built a practice that focused on family, criminal, personal injury and probate law. He has tried over 50 cases, both criminal and civil, to a jury. Mr. Kennedy believes that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions because everyone’s legal issue is unique and personal. He provides vigorous representation for his clients with an eye toward finding creative solutions to complex problems. Mr. Kennedy has experience representing clients in Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Montgomery and Waller counties. Mr. Kennedy was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2005 and is licensed to practice in all state courts.