Trey Loftin

The Loftin Firm
601 North FM 1187, Suite # 3
Aledo, TX 76008
(817) 441-8933

Trey Loftin is a former State District Judge of Parker County, Texas. During this time, he presided over countless family and criminal law and civil law matters cases, giving him both a deeper understanding of the law and a unique ability to provide advice and legal counsel from the prospective of the bench.

Although recruited by many firms, Trey chose to resume his trial practice at Whitaker Chalk in 2013. He saw that it was filled with what he calls intellectual giants, and that this creates an extraordinary collaborative environment to help clients reach positive results.

A large part of Trey’s general practice and experience includes both Family and Civil Law. He has represented hundreds of divorce, child custody and support matters, and has also worked on both “small-but-personal” matters as well as immense corporate oil & gas type lawsuits and complex civil litigation.

Awards & Recognitions

Named Top 100 Trial Lawyers for Criminal Law by the National Trial Lawyers Association for 2014 and 2015

Fort Worth Texas Magazine Top Attorney (2013 and 2014)

Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation (2010)

Board Certified – Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (2002, re-certified 2012)

Areas of Practice



White Collar Crime

Associations & Memberships

State Bar of Texas

Judicial Section

Family Law Section

Criminal Section

Litigation Section

East Parker County Chamber of Commerce

Tarrant County Family Law Association

Tarrant County Criminal Defense lawyers Association

Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

Texas Center for the Judiciary

Parker County Bar Association

American Bar Association

Tarrant County Bar Association

Publications & Presentations

4th Amendment Search and Seizure, TDCLA Police & Investigator’s School (2013)

Constitutional Law, Law Day (2012)

Judges and Criminal Law, Leadership Day (2012)

DWI, Scared Sober (2012)

Ethics from the Bench, Brown Bag CLE (2012)

Judges and Family Law, Leadership Day (2011)

Child Protective Services Criminology (2010)