Dallas-Fort Worth Lawyer – Real Estate, Litigation
Robbie Crosier applies his real estate and business expertise to lead clients through whatever property-related issues they might encounter. As a closing attorney and licensed escrow officer, Robbie is equipped to structure and facilitate both residential and commercial real estate transactions. As a commercial litigator, Robbie will vigorously defend your interests in court to see that your rights are protected—regardless of whether the opposing party be an individual, business entity, or municipality.
Since joining Norred Law in 2020, Robbie has negotiated favorable settlements for a variety of business entities and individuals, facilitated real estate closings, secured verdicts for large multifamily complexes, helped tenants in uninhabitable conditions break their leases, defended the rights of individuals taken advantage of in fraudulent transactions, and litigated against multiple municipal bodies throughout the State of Texas.
Robbie received his Juris Doctor from Texas A&M University School of Law. Over the course of his legal education, Robbie gained valuable experience in real estate, business law, and commercial litigation through the Texas A&M Entrepreneurship and Community Development Law Clinic and multiple litigation internships at firms throughout DFW.
Prior to law school, Robbie earned his B.A. from Baylor University through the Baylor Honor College’s University Scholars Program. At Baylor, Robbie served as President of the BRH Choir and Sing Chair for his fraternity Phi Kappa Chi.
Areas of Practice
- Document Preparation (leases, sales contracts, deeds)
- Residential and Commercial Transaction Negotiation
- Lease Negotiation
- Title Transfers
- Title Commitment Review and Assessment
- Title Curing
- Real Estate Liens
- Zoning, Code Enforcement, and Development Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Deceptive Trade Practices
- Commercial/Business Disputes
- Landlord/Tenant Disputes
- Texas A&M University School of Law – J.D., 2021
- Baylor University – B.A. in University Scholars through Baylor Honors College, 2017