Kurt A. Gonzalez, a native Galvestonian, was licensed in 2014 and associated with the Firm in 2019. Mr. Gonzalez received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in Public Administration from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. He also received a minor in Philosophy. While at the University he was admitted to the Pre-Law program and was a member of the Mock Trial team. He attended law school at South Texas College of Law where he participated in the Pro Bono Honors Program. It was through this program where he found an internship at the Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County located on the Island.

After law school, Mr. Gonzalez began his legal career working for a solo practitioner on the Island. He handled matters relating to family and immigration law. After leaving this position, he went on to teach Social Studies and Art for a semester at Holy Family Catholic School.  Mr. Gonzalez found himself returning to the Resource and Crisis Center as their Managing Attorney. He was quickly promoted to Director of Legal Services. During his time with the Crisis Center he represented women, men, and children who were victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. He continues to support their mission in the community. Since joining the firm, Mr. Gonzalez’s practice has focused on general civil litigation and insurance defense.

Outside of work, Mr. Gonzalez enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and beloved pets. He is a big supporter of his community, currently serving on the City of Galveston’s Families, Children & Youth Board. He is also a huge fan of music, learning both the drums and guitar.

  • State Bar of Texas 

  • Galveston County Bar Association

  • Texas Young Lawyers Association

  • Holy Family Catholic School, Board Member

  • City of Galveston Families, Children & Youth Board, Board Member