James A. Foley
Private Practice Lawyer
Texas Texas Wesleyan University, B.S. 1992
South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2006
2006, Supreme Court of Texas
2009, United States Federal Court, Northern District of Texas
2014, United States Federal Court, Eastern District of Texas
2014, United States Federal Court, Western District of Texas
Tarrant County Bar Association; State Bar of Texas; National Association of Consumer Advocates, Northeast Tarrant County Bar Association, and the Tarrant County Debtors Bar.
I started my career with Ross and Matthews, P.C. in the Traffic Division in early 2007. After about 6 months of helping clients charged with minor traffic violations I began working in the Litigation Division. There I consulted with and represented clients with a number of debt related litigation issues. It was there that began to learn to do what I do now. I left Ross and Mathews to pursue work in the oil and gas field. I found title research to be very interesting but soon the price of natural gas fell, activity in my area slowed, and I was out of a job. A short while later a good friend was sued by a debt buyer claiming to own an old account that he barely remembered. I was able to get the lawsuit dismissed without my friend having to pay anything. I then decided to start my own practice. I am a solo practitioner in Fort Worth, Texas. I focus on the rights of consumers, particularly in the area of protection from debt collection law suits and the freedom from collection harassment.
I am a graduate of South Texas College of Law. I was licensed to practice law in the State of Texas in 2006. I am a member of the Texas Bar, The Tarrant County Bar Association, The National Association of Consumer Advocates, and the Tarrant County Debtors Bar. I am committed to helping the individual consumers with their needs. I have lived in Fort Worth most of my life, and I am a huge fan of the TCU Horned Frogs.