Chris is a passionate family law attorney who gained an interest in law at a young age. He was surrounded by attorneys in his family and saw firsthand the impact their work had on others.
Chris received his Bachelor’s Degree from Texas Christian University where he majored in political science and minored in criminal justice. While at TCU, Chris worked with at-risk youth and helped develop programs for Fort Worth teens to keep them safe and on an educational path. Chris also worked with human trafficking survivors to raise awareness about the dangers of human trafficking and implement strategies in the Fort Worth community to combat the pervasive issue.
In law school, Chris interned for a law firm that specialized in family, criminal, and immigration law cases. During this time, he worked with clients in family law matters such as divorce, child custody, and child support. He also received his Texas Mediator Certificate during his third year of law school.
Following his graduation from law school, Chris continued working in criminal, family, and immigration law. Through his immigration work, he helped dozens of clients remain in the United States with their families, and was also able to reunite families that had long been separated. He has also helped clients successfully and seamlessly carry out their divorce, child support, and child custody matters for both traditional and non-traditional family units.
His passion for family law eventually has now brought him to the team at Diggs & Sadler. Chris’s experience in family separation, reunification, and divorce helps him relate to and guide clients through these difficult times in their lives. Chris understands that each case is unique, and works closely will clients to ensure that their specific needs and goals are met. He also strives to provide clarity and insight so that clients are fully informed about their respective processes. Chris’s zealous advocacy is coupled with a strong sense of compassion and respect for his clients.
Chris is actively involved in the Central Texas legal community and with his community at large. In addition to his memberships with the State Bar of Texas, Austin Bar Association, and Austin Young Lawyer’s Association, Chris is also involved with Austin Pets Alive, Habitat for Humanity, and the San Antonio Food Bank. When he is not working with clients or the community, Chris enjoys traveling, watching movies, reading, and spending time with family and friends.