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Susan A. Turney

Attorney at Law

Susan Turney has practiced business law in The Woodlands since 2004. Her commitment to protecting her clients’ best interests with not only legal, but practical advice, and timely, responsive communication has been, and continues to be, the cornerstone of her practice.

“I am determined to get the most favorable outcome possible for every single client.”

Susan Turney provides General Business Representation for companies, owners, and executives including the review, negotiation, and documentation of all types of contracts, including service agreements, manufacturing agreements, contractor and subcontractor agreements, sales contracts, distributor agreements, licenses, and commercial leases. She represents her clients on a variety of matters, including but not limited to, corporate governance, shareholders’ agreements, partnership and limited liability company agreements, stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, mergers and acquisitions, loan agreements, commercial leases, and other commercial real estate matters, non-disclosure agreements, non-competition and confidentiality agreements, and employee issues.

Susan Turney’s practice also includes Estate Planning and Probate, including Wills, Trusts, and other estate planning vehicles, powers of attorney, and advanced medical directives.

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas

Professional Associations

  • Texas Bar Foundation Fellow

  • Montgomery County Bar Association

  • The Woodlands Bar Association

  • The Woodlands Rotary Club

  • Leadership Montgomery County, class of 2009


  • J.D. – South Texas College of Law, 2004

    • Magna cum laude

    • South Texas Law Review, member

    • Langdell Scholar

    • Order of the Lytae

  • B.A. – Southwest Texas State University

    • Major - Political Science

    • Minor - Business Administration

    • Dean’s List

Not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization