Madeline Bergstrom – Associate Attorney – Family Law
Madeline was born in Katy, Texas and raised in various parts of the South, including Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma. She received her undergraduate degree from Pacific Lutheran University with a double major. After obtaining her paralegal certification in 2017, she worked as a family law paralegal for two years before attending law school.
Madeline obtained her law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth. While at Texas A&M, Madeline gained experience through various legal clinics and clerkships. She worked in the Innocence Project Clinic and the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, and served as a clerk in the 362nd District Court under Judge Bruce McFarling, assisting with civil, family, and criminal litigation.
In her second year of law school, Madeline worked at a labor and employment firm and supported their mass tort litigation team and FLSA docket. She also interned at the Office of the Attorney General in Austin, Texas. In her final year of law school, Madeline served as a law clerk for a seasoned litigator, providing assistance with commercial transactions, arbitrations, and litigation.
Madeline currently resides in Cypress, Texas with her beloved cats. In her free time, she enjoys attending flea markets and festivals and exploring new areas of Houston. Madeline is based in Jersey Village and serves clients in all parts of Houston.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Family Law
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Spousal Support
- Texas Bar College – Member
- State Bar of Texas – Family Law Section
- State Bar of Texas
Leadership and Volunteer
- Big Event Volunteer
- Innocence Project Clinic
- Immigrant Rights Clinic
- CLEA Award Recipient – Excellence in a Public Interest Case or Project
- Texas A&M University School of Law – Fort Worth, Texas
- J.D. – Juris Doctor
- Pacific Lutheran University – Tacoma, Washington
- B.A. in English Literature; B.A. in Religious Studies