Christopher C. Burt
Shareholder, Litigation Group
Christopher joined BoyarMiller through the acquisition of Young, Graves and Burt and has experience centered around probate, trust and fiduciary litigation matters. He is sensitive to the intricacies involved in probate matters and the impact they have on clients.
A strong competitive spirit drives Christopher to advocate for his clients and to see the best results possible, both inside and outside the courtroom. He has significant trial and courtroom experience and has participated in all phases of pre-trial and trial proceedings.
In addition, Christopher has experience pursuing relief for clients in administrative hearings and appellate courts, even seeing clients through appeals to the Texas Supreme Court.
While attending South Texas College of Law, Christopher was a member of the nationally recognized Mock Trial and Moot Court Program, earning both a national championship and a national best brief award.
Awards & Recognitions
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars (2020-2021)
- US News & World Report – Best Lawyers – Litigation - Trusts and Estates (2020-2022)
- Houstonia Magazine's Top Lawyer (2019)
- JD, South Texas College of Law, National Order of the Barristers
- BA, Rice University
- Texas Bar Association
- Houston Bar Association
- Disability and Elder Law Attorneys Association – Board Member 2018
- Houston Young Lawyers Association (HYLA)
- Attorneys in Tax and Probate
- Houston Trusts and Estates Club
- South Texas College of Law, Houston Alumni Association
- Adjunct Professor, South Texas College of Law
Relevant Representative Matters
Represented several large corporate fiduciaries in their respective roles as trustees, executors, and administrators of estates in both contested lawsuits and administrative matters related to wills, trusts, and estates.
Represented clients in all types of contested probate, trust and fiduciary litigation through trial, summary judgment, and mediation.
Represented several large corporations and individuals in matters involving various contractual and business tort disputes, including fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract claims through trial, summary judgment, and mediation.
Represented grocers in administration disputes with the State of Texas through trial at the administrative level.