Esteban G. Martinez
Esteban Martinez is a junior associate at Dossey & Jones PLLC in the Conroe. His practice is concentrated in estate planning. Esteban was licensed in 2020 and certified as attorney ad litem for guardianships in 2021. Esteban is conversationally fluent in Spanish.
Prior to joining Dossey & Jones, Esteban was a solo practitioner where his client base included the elderly and new families with young children. Prior to being licensed in Texas, Esteban was a commercial litigation paralegal for 8 years with Crain Caton & James. He was a Certified Legal Assistant, a Core Certified Legal Assistant, a Professional Houston Paralegal, and he was voted Paralegal of the Year in 2016 & 2018.
Esteban earned a Masters of Law in Estate Planning (LL.M.) from the University of Miami in 2021. The curriculum was heavy in estate planning, tax, probate, asset protection, and elder law.
Esteban earned a Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law Houston in 2020. His upper-level electives were heavily focused on estate planning and tax and his supervised research project was in probate.
Esteban earned an Associate in Applied Science in Paralegal Technology with Honors, a Certificate as Law Office Clerk, and a Certificate as Legal Assistant with Medical Specialization from Houston Community College.
Esteban is a member of the Texas Bar Association, Animal Law Section, Child Protection Law Section, Juvenile Law Section, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section, Tax Section, Houston Bar Association, Mexican American Bar Association, and Houston Young Lawyers Association.
Esteban has been a volunteer with Child Advocates since 2019. He serves as a court appointed guardian ad litem. He works hard to determine the best interest of the children and he generates court reports making recommendations to the Judges.
Esteban has been making Art Cars for 15 years and is a member of the Houston Art Kar Klub. He is the president of Angel’s Art Car Academy, Inc., a non-profit corporation that promotes Art Cars. He has created approximately 12 art cars, including several award winners, and has represented the Houston art car community in Tulsa, and Seattle.