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Matthew Davis


Matt Davis has devoted his legal career to supporting North Texas families through the practice of family law. Licensed by the State Bar of Texas, he is a passionate advocate who is focused on achieving practical goals for his clients through the difficult transition of divorce, child custody, post-divorce modification, and enforcement.

He understands that his clients not only demand a comprehensive understanding of the law but also an advisor and counselor to shepherd them through an otherwise dispassionate process.

Equally comfortable in the courtroom or in mediation, Mr. Davis tailors his advocacy to the goals and interest of each individual client. As a native Texan, he understands the values and principles Texans hold dear and seeks to inject them into the indifference that family law can dictate.

Along with more mainstream family law issues, Mr. Davis is versed in matters relating to surrogacy and egg donation, including gestational agreements, traditional pre-birth adoptions, and third-party biological donors.  Mr. Davis has recognized the need for, and is passionate about providing, qualified representation in these traditionally underrepresented issues.


  • Texas State University, Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Southern Methodist University School of Law, Juris Doctorate


Attorney Davis has worked in family law since being licensed to practice in November 2012. Prior to being licensed, he clerked with several family law offices, including the Dallas County Public Defender’s Office, Family Law Division. Before he began working with family law clients, Matt taught high school percussion.

Professional Associations

  • Member of the State Bar of Texas – Family Law Section
  • Board Member of the Collin County Bench Bar Association
  • Past Board Member of the Vivaldi Patron’s Circle – Dallas Symphony Orchestra


He is a loving husband and father, and proud dog-owner. In his spare time, Mr. Davis enjoys traveling, cooking on his offset smoker, and supporting Tottenham.