(281) 331-1325 info@rdclements.com 1600 E Hwy 6 #318, Alvin TX 77511 M - F 8:oo to 5:00

Our Team

Robert D. Clements, Jr. Law Group represents clients seeking legal advice for issues such as divorce, child custody, personal injury, probate, insurance litigation, and business litigation throughout southeast Texas, including Brazoria County, Galveston County, Harris County, Fort Bend County, Sugar Land, and Richmond.

What Clients Say

Lisa Cagle

Great Team to have on your side. They care about the client not just the money involved. The attorney’s are knowledgeable and timely and sincere.

Michael Bland II

They are straight up and honest and tell you how it is if you like it or not hard to find businesses like that anymore.

Larry Tylka

I have had the opportunity to work with Robert Clements on several matters and each time his professionalism and legal expertise has resulted in a much more favorable result than expected.

Robert D. Clements, Jr.

Attorney

Robert D. Clements, Jr. is a firm courtroom presence—aggressive when necessary but always aware that people’s lives are in the balance. His goal is to provide the same counsel and same protection to each client that he would give when representing a close friend or family member. Understanding that—even when a litigant’s choice is painful—bad counsel and bad decision-making can seriously exacerbate their losses. Though the United States courtroom is unequaled in the world, it can inflict devastating injury if not handled properly.

Robert graduated from the Creighton University College of Law, Cum Laude, in 1981. His last year of law school he attended Southern Methodist University. After six years with an extremely successful Plaintiff’s law firm and three years with Britt, Todd, Hagood & Clements, he founded the Law Office of Robert D. Clements, Jr., in 1989. Though he has handled cases all over the State of Texas, he works primarily in Harris, Galveston, and Brazoria county.

Mr. Clements has gained a reputation for skillfully handling difficult and hotly contested litigation where the stakes are high—financially or emotionally. He has represented estates and businesses worth millions of dollars, families in crisis, injured workers and drivers, and homeowners against their insurance company.

ISLN: 908341335

Address:
First National Bank of Alvin
1600 East Highway 6, Suite 318
Alvin, Texas 77511
Telephone: 281-331-1325
Fax: 281-331-8777

  • Personal Injury
  • Family Law
  • Probate
  • Probate Litigation
  • Civil Practice
  • Business Litigation

Admitted: 1981, Texas; 1982, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; 1987, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

Law School: Creighton University, J.D., 1980
College:Creighton University, B.A., English, 1978; Southern Methodist University

Member: Brazoria County and Galveston County Bar Associations; State Bar of Texas; Texas Trial Lawyers Association; American Association for Justice; Texas Board of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists; College of the State Bar of Texas.

Formerly with: Brown, Todd, Hagood & Davenport, 1981-1987; Britt, Todd, Hagood & Clements, 1987-1989. Presentation: “The Effective and Ethical Use of Legal Assistants,” 8th Annual Lake Tahoe Seminar, Galveston County Bar Association, March 1994; “Valuations of a Professional Practice,” 10th Annual Lake Tahoe Seminar, Galveston County Bar Association, March 1996; “Law Office Technology,” 11th Annual Lake Tahoe Seminar, Galveston County Bar Association, February 1997; “The Expanding Roles of Paralegals in Litigation/Law Firms,” Texas Civil Litigation Practice for Paralegals, March 1997; “Children Under Three: Are, Outdated, Inaccurate Concepts Causing Our Family Courts To Do More Harm Than Good?” October 1998; “Disclosure Under the 1998 Revisions To The Texas Rules of Civil Procedure,” November 1998; “Texas Personal Injury: Current Status of Stowers,” 14th Annual Lake Tahoe Seminar, Galveston County Bar Association, February 2000; “Proving Separate Property Claims in Texas,” 15th Annual Lake Tahoe Seminar, Galveston County Bar Association, March 2001; “Valuation in Divorce: Expert or Advocate?” NACVA Annual Divorce Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2002. (Board Certified, Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization)

Mark S. Bryne

Attorney

Mark S. Byrne is a keen and enthusiastic attorney for whom there is no differentiation in standards when it comes to working honestly while staying loyal to his profession. He has worked on more than 250 cases to verdict with 50+ jury trials as a primary handling attorney. Byrne has a long resume of successful cases in his time in law and continues to be a force in the law industry. 

ISLN:

Address:
First National Bank of Alvin
1600 East Highway 6, Suite 318
Alvin, Texas 77511
Telephone: 281-331-1325
Fax: 281-331-8777

  • Personal injury
  • Commercial
  • Real Estate
  • Complex Family
  • Contested Probate
  • Appellate Practice

Aware of his responsibility as experienced civil litigation and an appellate attorney, Mr. Byrne’s experience as a primary handling attorney includes working on:

  • Commercial cases including intellectual property, bankruptcy, debt collection, employment business fraud, breach of contract sale of business and business transactions
  • Personal injury cases like trucking, medical malpractice, product liability, workers compensation. Insurance cases, including property P.I. defense, coverage disputes and wrongful denial
  • Real estate cases comparable to commercial lease, foreclosure, homeowner association, boundary and easement lien dispute, eviction, partition and title dispute
  • Additional experienced areas which include complicated family, criminal, contested probate and extensive appellate practice

Mr. Byrne graduated from South Texas College of Law and has a respectable reputation for skillfully managing his cases and receiving favorable outcomes to his clients. Knowing his responsibility and the importance of his work, he has proved to be very expert in his profession.

Law School: Doctor of Jurisprudence South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas

College: Mr. Byrne completed his Bachelors in English, and Political Science from Texas A & M University in College Station, Texas. An English degree enhances his ability as a lawyer as it is vital to use the right words to build a solid and convincing argument to support the client’s case effectively.

Bar Admission: Admitted to Texas and Colorado.

Mr. Byrne’s legal background includes two years’ experience as a law clerk performing a full range of clerking duties in a variety of personal injury cases, primarily seaman personal injury, Jones Act, general maritime law, product and premises liability and workplace negligence for Friedman and Chaffin who is a highly respected firm. He has five years of experience at Associate Counsel in complex management, pleading and research practice, client interviewing, protocol discovery and deposition practice, administrative hearing practice and motion trial practice for late John O’ Quinn at the law office of Benton Musselwhite in Houston. The firm’s personal injury caseload included mass disasters such as chemical plant poisonings, offshore injuries, silicosis, agent orange, breast implants, and many others. After his years of experience at Associate Counsel, his relationship with John O’ Quinn lead to a joint venture along with other ventures with local attorneys. A 25-year experience at Principal, Law Offices of Mark S. Byrne in Houston and The Woodlands and a four-year experience at Associate Counsel for Robert D. Clements, Jr. Law Group LLLP, Alvin. Mr. Byrne’s successful carreer in many different areas of law has proven him to be an accomplished attorney while providing his clients with the outcomes they desire. 

Michael Villasana

Attorney

As a dedicated lawyer, Michael Villasana takes his job with both seriousness and subtleness. His versatile personality has often helped to realize that even if two cases are the same, they are never the same and the outcome can change drastically. Mr. Villasana has a broad range of experience in handling cases where he handles every case with the utmost professionalism. You will find his presence resounding when defending clients and respectful when addressing the courtroom. 

ISLN:

Address:
First National Bank of Alvin
1600 East Highway 6, Suite 318
Alvin, Texas 77511
Telephone: 281-331-1325
Fax: 281-331-8777

  • Family Law: such as divorce, alimony and settlements of custody.
  • Personal Injury: medical malpractice, accidents, slip and fall cases, insurance claiming, labor compensation and wrongful deaths.
  • Estate cases including eviction, fraudulent transfer, suing an executor and commercial lease
  • Civil cases: contract disputes, class action cases and complaints against the city.

College: Mr. Villasana has received his formal education in Criminology, Psychology and Sociology from the Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. 

Law School: His secondary education, a Jurist Doctor License, is from Columbus Law School in Washington, DC. As a legal practitioner, he has a vast range of experience in various fields of serving justice. 

He currently serves as an Attorney for Villasana Law Firm, his private practice since 1995. Michael Villasana’s role at Villasana Law Firm has been to serve clients of traffic ticketing, personal injury, creditor/debtor, family law, estate planning, amongst many others. As an attorney, he has worked for Duff & Associates, Villasana & Gore, as well as Lozano Law Offices, P.C. While working at Lozano Law offices he served to handle estate law and litigations of family cases. Moreover, he has extensive knowledge of family law, civil litigation, personal injury and traffic ticketing. Mr. Villasana cumulative years of serving as a professional attorney add up to 15-years as of 2020.

Mr. Villasana also has experience in working as a President for Harris County Municipal Justice Bar Association in addition to being an Independent Contractor. As the President of Harris County Municipal Justice Bar Association between 2010 to 2012, he was a member of several Associations and Bars, namely;

  1. Member of Real Estate/ Trust/ Probate/ sections of the Texas State Bar
  2. Member of Harris Country Trial Lawyers Association
  3. Member of family law section at Texas State Bar
  4. Member of Litigation section of the Texas State Bar
  5. Member of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.

During his time serving as an Independent contractor from 2016 to 2017, Mr. Villasana assumed the role of an attorney handling cases of family law, creditor/debtor in counties of Harris, Galveston, Brazoria and Fort Bend.

A Jurist’s responsibilities do not begin nor end in the courtroom. Mr. Villasana is a well-established and accomplished attorney who is also advanced in technology. His understanding of technology allows him to easily customize software and templates according to the cases he is currently solving. Mr. Villasana firmly believes in the quote, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” hence he has solved every case with the same level of significance even as minor as a traffic ticket or as major as child custody.

Chris Lay

Attorney, Mediator

Chris R. Lay is a native Texan who was raised and still resides in Brazoria County, Texas. He firmly believes that success in the courtroom involves preparation, tenacity, experience and being able to personally relate to a jury. With his trial experience and knowledge of the local communities, Mr. Lay combines all of these attributes to achieve the most favorable outcome possible for his clients.

In 1990, Mr. Lay was awarded his Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Houston. In 1999, he received his law degree from South Texas College of Law. Since that time, he has primarily practiced civil litigation in Brazoria, Galveston and Harris counties. Although his primary litigation practice centers on personal injury and family law, he also has experience in probate, insurance litigation, business litigation, employment discrimination, medical malpractice, maritime law and toxic tort litigation.

Mr. Lay is a member of the State Bar of Texas. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the Northern District of Texas and the Eastern District of Texas. He is also admitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Additionally, Mr. Lay is a member of and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Brazoria County Bar Association.

ISLN: 916609854

Address:
First National Bank of Alvin
1600 East Highway 6, Suite 318
Alvin, Texas 77511
Telephone: 281-331-1325
Fax: 281-331-8777

  • Personal Injury
  • Insurance
  • Litigation
  • Family Law
  • Employment Law
  • Maritime Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Products Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Business Litigation
  • Premises Liability

Law School: South Texas College of Law, J.D., 1999

College: University of Houston, B.S., Psychology, 1990

Admitted: 2000, Texas; 2003, U.S. District Court, Southern, Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

Member: State Bar of Texas; American Association for Justice; Texas Trial Lawyers Association.

Dean’s Honor Roll. Golden Key National Honor Society. Member, Pre-Law Society. Law Clerk to Carl V. Crow, Attorney at Law, 1997-2000. Associate: John T. Johnson, P.C., 2000-2003; Newton B. Schwartz, Sr., 2003-2007. Associate Counsel, Robert D. Clements, Jr., 2003-2007.

Corian Johnson

Attorney

Rosa Sagredo

Paralegal, Personal Injury, Probate

Sonya Peres

Family Law, Office Administrator, Paralegal