Rodriguez and Morgan Law Offices, PLLC is owned and operated by female attorneys that are committed to providing high quality legal services to individuals, families and small businesses in the greater Houston metropolitan area. Our law office routinely handles matters filed in Brazoria, Harris, Fort Bend, Galveston and contiguous counties in the Texas gulf coast area.
Ms. Rodriguez was born in Dover, Ohio and graduated cum laude from Ohio State University with her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 1988. She then attended Ohio State College of Law, earning her Doctorate of Jurisprudence in 1991. While at Ohio State College of Law, she completed an externship for the Honorable James Graham, in the US District Court, Southern District of Ohio. She was admitted to the Ohio State Bar in 1991 and the Texas State Bar in 2000.
After graduation, Ms. Rodriguez returned to her hometown of Dover, Ohio and worked in a private practice law firm. She represented her clients in a variety of matters, concentrating in family law cases, including an arrangement with the Legal Aid office to provide lower income individuals with high quality divorce representation. She also worked in the areas of debt collection, wills and real estate matters.
In 1998, Ms. Rodriguez was appointed by the Judges of the Tuscarawas County Common Pleas Court in New Philadelphia, Ohio, to serve as Magistrate. During her tenure on the bench, she was responsible for the County’s family law docket. She held hearings and issued rulings on matters involving family issues, including Divorce, Dissolution of Marriage, Child Support and Custody, Contempt and Enforcement of prior Orders and temporary Orders. Additionally, she presided over cases filed by the local Child Support Enforcement Agency.
Upon arriving in Texas in 2001, Ms. Rodriguez worked on a variety of litigation matters, including representation of several large corporate clients in personal injury and toxic tort cases, including managing the asbestos docket consisting of over 500 cases for two clients. In 2006, Ms. Rodriguez shifted her practice focus back to individual representation, concentrating on matters involving Family Law, Wills and Probate, Civil Litigation and Real Estate. In 2012, Ms. Rodriguez opened the firm Rodriguez and Morgan Law Offices, PLLC.
Ms. Rodriguez is a current member of the Ohio State Bar Association and State Bar of Texas. She has served as President of the Tuscarawas County, Ohio Bar Association. She maintains an active law license in both Texas and Ohio. She served on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity Southern Brazoria County as President from 2013-2016.
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Ms. Monica M. Morgan is a native of Brazoria County, Texas. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Management-Human Resources/Labor Relations. She completed graduate coursework at Eastern Michigan University in the Master’s of Science-Human Resources/Organization Development program. She attended South Texas College of Law, where she obtained her Doctor of Jurisprudence.
A managing partner in Rodriguez and Morgan Law Offices, PLLC, Ms. Morgan prefers to practice in the areas of Employment and Labor, Elder Law, Probate, Wills, Health Care, Business Law, Business Entity Formations, Real Estate, Consumer and Contract Law.
Ms. Morgan has more than 20 years of leadership experience in Human Resources, Employee Benefit Plans, Pension Administration and Human Resource Information Systems. This experience includes union and non-union work environments in Government, Pediatric and Geriatric Health Care, Technology and Education.
Ms. Morgan has taught undergraduate and graduate students as an adjunct faculty member for Houston Baptist University in the College of Business and Economics for courses in Business Law, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Labor Relations and Employment Law.
Ms. Morgan maintains an active license in the State Bar of Texas. She is a certified Mediator in the state of Texas. She is currently a member of the Texas Bar Association, Harris County Democratic Lawyers Association, Mexican American Bar Association-Houston.
Ms. Morgan currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Annie's List. She is the Vice President of the Hispanic Alumni Chapter of South Texas College of Law Houston. She has previously served as a Director and Vice Chair for Administration for the Pearland Chamber of Commerce from 2007-2010 and is active in several other community organizations.
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