Kay Polk has been practicing in the field of family law since 2000. Over
the span of nearly two decades, she has fought with passion and intelligence
to protect her clients’ rights and interests in these complex and
emotionally challenging matters.
Some of Kay Polk’s primary areas of practice include divorce and
everything this entails, from child custody and support to property division,
as well as pre- and post-marital agreements, adoption, paternity, and
protective orders. Ms. Polk also works with AdvoCourt for Kids as a child
advocate. AdvoCourt for Kids is a non-profit organization that provides
volunteer advocates for children in family court and for the Houston-based
Children’s Friend in Court.
Ms. Polk is recognized and respected within the legal community and among
her peers. She recognizes the sensitive nature of family law issues and
achieves the best possible results for her clients and their families
with compassion, dedication, and strength.
- Houston Baptist University, BBA, magna cum laude (1995)
- South Texas College of Law, JD (1998)
Admissions & Memberships
- AdvoCourt for Kids
- Family Bar of Texas
- Houston Bar Association
- State Bar of Texas
To learn more about Kay Polk and to discuss your family law matter with
an attorney who cares, call