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Dan "Martin" Fergus, III


Areas of Practice
  • All Family Law Matters

    • Child Custody ​

    • Child Support

    • Paternity

    • Divorce

    • Adoption


Bar Admissions​
  • State Bar of Texas, 2014

  • Federal Court Admittance: Texas Northern District Court, 2017

  • Texas Tech University School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.)

    • Honors: Board Of Barristers

    • Honors: Administrative Law Journal, Staff Editor and Articles Editor

  • Texas Tech Rawls Graduate School of Business, M.B.A.

  • Southwestern University, College of Political Science

    • Major: Moody College of Communication, B.A. Political Science


Honors and Awards
  • Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Star Recipient, 3 Years In A Row (2021-2023)

  • Texas Tech School of Law - Administrative Law Journal Outstanding Articles Editor, 2014

  • Texas Tech School of Law - Distinction Award (Top Grade In Class), Contracts & Collaborative Legal Theory, 2011, 2013


Non-Profit Leadership Positions
  • Boys & Girls Club Of Abilene, Board Director, 2016-2020

  • Future Fund Board Member (part of the Community Foundation of Abilene), 2019-2021

Professional Memberships​​

  • Abilene Bar Association, 2014 - 2021

  • Texas Young Lawyers Association, 2014 - 2021

Just For Fun
  • Kappa Sigma, 2006-2010

Martin is our litigation expert & will be the one going to Court with you, should that time arise.


How Martin Contributes To Your Client Experience:

Provide His Legal Opinion On Your Case

  • Answers Questions About:​

    • Legal Fees For Services
    • Child Support Calculations
    • Custody Considerations
    • Judge's Rulings​
    • Detailed Case Update & Legal Matters
  • Litigation + Court Expert
Short Bio 

Martin is a family law attorney. He has represented clients at numerous hearings and trials over a wide variety of legal problems and cases. Martin’s approach is to develop a relationship with his client by listening and breaking down the legal problem.  An attorney cannot solve a client’s problem without first listening to the client.


Martin’s area of practice ranges contentious family law proceedings, including divorce, child support, and child custody issues.


Martin earned his law degree from Texas Tech University School of law. While in Law School, Martin was a member of the Tech Law’s Board of Barristers, where he participated in numerous advocacy programs. He also participated on three national moot court advocacy teams for Tech Law. In addition, Martin earned his Master’s of Business Administration from Texas Tech University Rawls School of Business. ​

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