Practice
Craig is a Partner at Mitchell & Jones whose practice areas include family law, oil & gas, criminal defense, probate/estate planning, and general civil litigation. He focuses on litigation in a wide range of substantive areas, including business and contract disputes, real estate title issues, and personal injury claims. Craig also has substantial experience representing clients in all types of cases involving child custody, support, and visitation, as well as those facing criminal prosecution, from traffic violations and minor misdemeanors to serious felony charges. After practicing for two years in Midland, Texas following graduation at Baylor, Craig and his family moved to Borger in 1998 and began working with the firm. Craig is married to his wife of 25 years, Lisa, and the couple has two children – a son, Cooper, and a daughter, Carson – both of whom attend Angelo State University. Craig is no stranger to West Texas and the Panhandle, having grown up in Brownfield, just south of Lubbock on the South Plains.

Practice Areas
• FAMILY LAW – Divorce, Child Custody, Paternity, Termination of Parental Rights, Adoption, Protective Orders, Child Protective Services cases
• CRIMINAL LAW – Felony, Misdemeanor, Expunctions, Nondisclosures, Traffic Tickets
• WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES – Will/Trust/Power of Attorney Drafting, Probate, Administration, Heirship, Guardianships
• OIL & GAS – Title Examination, Drafting of Leases & Other Contracts, Surface Owner/Operator Disputes
• CIVIL LITIGATION – Personal Injury, Business/Commercial Disputes, Oil & Gas
• BUSINESS ENTITIES – Formation & Management of Corporations/LLC’s/Other Entities

Awards/Honors
• Past Director, Amarillo Area Bar Association
• Vice President, Hutchinson County Bar Association
• Chairman, State Bar of Texas District Grievance Committee
• Voted “Best Lawyer in Hutchinson County”, Borger News-Herald (2017)
• Elder, Faith Covenant Church in Borger
• Chairman, Frank Phillips College Development Corporation
• Past President, Borger Rotary Club, and Rotarian of the Year, District 5730

Admissions
• Texas State Courts, 1996
• United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
• United States District Court, Western District of Texas

Education
• Baylor University School of Law, 1996 (J.D.)
• Abilene Christian University, 1993 (B.B.A. – Accounting)