New Attorney Announcements

Kreig LLC is pleased to announce the addition of three new attorneys to our probate and estate planning practice.

Kara Kellogg

Kara is an attorney who currently assists her clients in matters related to probate, estate planning, and real estate. She has also represented plaintiffs in other areas of the law, including first-party bad faith insurance claims, toxic torts, product liability, personal injury, and commercial litigation. Kara is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Kara is a native Houstonian and after graduating from Alief Elsik High School, Kara earned a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University in Kingsville, where she participated in a wide variety of academic, athletic, and social organizations and earned several awards, honors, and induction into honor societies.

After receiving her undergraduate degree, Kara earned her Master of Philosophy from Texas A&M University in College Station.  She was then chosen for a teaching fellowship with the prestigious Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).  She lived and taught Philosophy and English in Mexico for two years. She returned to the United States to attend the South Texas College of Law.

Currently, Kara resides in San Antonio.

Darlene Herrera

Darlene Herrera is originally and proudly from McAllen, Texas. Darlene attended Texas State University where she graduated with her B.A. in History. She then graduated from South Texas College of Law Houston before she returned to Central Texas.

Prior to joining the Kreig LLC, Darlene primarily practiced family law where she helped opposing parties find common ground through conflict resolution. She was first drawn to Probate and Estate Planning as a law student in a Probate Clinic, where she quickly realized how much she enjoyed working with clients to draft their estate plans and determining the best avenue to probate an estate.

Darlene loves spending her time exploring San Antonio and the surrounding Hill Country with her husband. She is an avid gardener, cactus collector, and always welcomes a restaurant recommendation.

Ryan Boettcher

Ryan studied law at Texas Tech University and graduated in May 2020. He then started work in the Office of the Attorney General with an emphasis on family law.  Currently, he practices estate planning and probate law in Corpus Christi, Texas. 

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