B.A., Philosophy and Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin
M.S., Personal Financial Planning, Texas Tech University
J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law
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Chrystian J. Gonzalez is a Texas native and United States Air Force veteran who continues to serve his community by providing legal services in the areas of civil litigation, trusts and estates litigation, probates, and family law.
Chrystian started his legal career as a bilingual mediator in Lubbock, Texas, and the surrounding counties of the Texas panhandle, working to resolve a diverse range of mediation matters, from assisting institutions such as Texas Tech University resolve student disciplinary matters, landlord-tenant disputes, and child custody & visitation modifications. From there, Chrystian moved on to serve the community as a social security disability representative, working with the elderly and disabled community and their families across Texas and New Mexico to successfully appeal federal disability cases. Chrystian continued to expand his legal practice both in and out of the courtroom by serving the southern New Mexico community as an Assistant District Attorney in Otero and Lincoln counties before moving on to private practice.
Prior to graduating from the Texas Tech University with a Juris Doctor and Masters in Personal Financial Planning, Chrystian studied at the University of Texas at El Paso and the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Philosophy, while also completing the UTeach Urban Teaching Preparation Program. Chrystian also obtained a degree in Avionics Systems Technologies while serving as an active-duty, non-commissioned officer in the United States Air Force, earning the rank of Staff Sergeant.
Chrystian brings his diligence, experience, and tenacity while working with the Salcedo & Company team and working with clients to provide tailored, attentive, and topflight legal representation. To schedule a free initial consultation with him, please fill out a contact form here.