Strauss Troy adds four new Shareholders

Beauchamp, Houston, Reid, and Worth named Strauss Troy Shareholders  

Strauss Troy congratulates attorneys Jessica L. Beauchamp, James D. Houston, Michelle E. Reid, and Matthew J. Worth, who have each been named a Shareholder of the firm. Beauchamp and Worth are members of the firm’s Domestic Relations group, Houston is a member the firm’s litigation group, and Reid is a member of the firm’s Real Estate group.

Strauss Troy Attorney Jessica BeauchampJessica Beauchamp focuses her practice on all family law, divorce, and child custody issues and enjoys using alternative dispute resolution methods and complex problem solving to develop creative solutions to meet her clients’ goals. She is passionate about family law because it gives her the opportunity to work directly with clients and to help them through difficult times. She has also been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star 2017-2021

Jamie Houston focuses his practice on construction and complex commercial litigation, surety law and OSHA compliance and claim defense. He also assists clients with their labor and employment needs. His trial experience includes first chair representation of contractors, design professionals, employers, sureties and business owners in both arbitration and traditional trial court settings (including actions for emergency injunctive relief). He has also been recognized by Best Lawyers in America 2019-2021 in Construction Law.

Michelle Reid represents individuals, developers, operating companies, and lenders in various matters including acquisitions, sales, leasing of multi-family, retail, office, and industrial sites, financing, commercial and residential condominium development, residential subdivisions, zoning, and the obtaining and granting of easements. With her deep insight into real estate and related businesses, Michelle focuses on bringing real-world solutions to the table while meticulously ensuring the integrity of a transaction.

Strauss Troy Attorney Matt WorthMatt Worth serves his clients in the areas of family law, estate planning and general business matters. He is able to help clients with complex, contentious custody cases, such as interstate and international jurisdictional disputes and relocation cases. He also guides his clients in matters of dividing intricate financial estates, spousal support with income from multiple, complex sources; stock allocation and division and privacy and protective orders. He has also been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2020 and 2021.