Alicia D. Meinzer


Practice Areas

  • Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Probate & Guardianships
  • Oil and Gas
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Farm and Ranch Real Estate
  • Business Organizations & Commercial Transactions
  • Agricultural Law and Equine Law


  • J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law, cum laude (2013)
    • Law and Science Certificate in Energy Law
  • B.S. Texas Tech University, summa cum laude (2010)

Admissions, Certifications & Professional Service

  • Admitted to Practice - State Bar of Texas (2013)
  • Qualified Mediator
  • Certified Attorney Ad Litem
  • Board Member - Real Estate Legislative Affairs Council, State Bar of Texas (2017 – present)
  • Transactional experience in asset protection, estate & succession planning, probate & guardianship law, commercial farm and ranch real estate, title examination, drilling, and division order title opinions, agricultural law, corporations and partnerships.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Member - Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section, Oil, Gas & Energy Resources Section, and Business Law Section, State Bar of Texas
  • Member - American Association of Professional Landmen
  • Member - Texas Young Lawyers Association
  • Member - Parker County Bar Association
  • Member - Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Member - Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association
  • Member - American Agricultural Law Association

COMMUNITY SERVICE, Memberships & Awards

  • Board Member – United Way of Parker County
  • Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership Program, TALL XV
  • Leadership Weatherford – Leadership Class (2015-2016)
  • Young Business Leaders – Weatherford Chamber of Commerce
  • Member – American Quarter Horse Association, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and National Cutting Horse Association
  • Member - Texas Tech University Alumni Association
  • Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society (Texas Tech University School of Law)
  • Dean’s List - Texas Tech University School of Law

Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
— Thomas A. Edison.