Michael London Rousseau

Michael London Rousseau, Fort Worth Tarrant County Family Lawyer

Contact Information

Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Fax: 817-336-4448
Email: Email Me

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Areas of Practice

Family Law, Civil Litigation, Construction

Bar Admissions

Texas, Bar No. 24102432, Active, eligible to Practice in Texas, 2016
United States Virgin Islands, Active, eligible to practice in the U.S.V.I, 2017

Professional Associations and Memberships

Dallas Bar Association (2018 – present) member
DAYL (2017 – present) member


The University of Georgia, B.B.A. Risk Management and Insurance, 2012 (graduated in 3.5 years)
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Juris Doctor 2016

Client Testimonials

  • I recently retained Justin Sizemore and Mike. I’ll start by saying, This has been one of the most challenging experiences in my life. I did extensive research on attorneys and this is where it took me. I called them with tears running down my face because I knew what It meant. I thought my divorce was going to be amicable, but turns out otherwise. I tried to play ball in her court and play by her rules, but I got bit. I went in feeling very hurt, defeated, and I had no hope. Justin and Mike gave me confidence. they are quick whitted, and immediately began going to work. I looked behind me and I saw a team of some of the most skilled attorneys and incredible human beings I have met backing me. Family law is all they do and they are masters of their craft. They know when to hold and when to fold and how to build a case. Some of the most thorough family law attorneys I have ever met. I find it unfortunate that a couple can turn years of love into hatred but if you find yoursel(like me) in need of a advocate, I would not want anyone else stepping into the arena with me.

    Dustin B.

Attentive, assertive, straightforward

Michael Rousseau’s clients know they can count on him to be there when it matters the most. Michael primarily practices family law, focusing on issues surrounding divorce, complex property division, contested custody matters, termination suits, protective orders and enforcement and modification of child and property-related issues.

Knowing that no two families or children are alike, Michael takes an individualized approach to each one of his cases. Clients can count on Michael to “give it to them straight,” while also providing thoughtful insight into their specific issues and finding unique and creative solutions to achieve the best possible outcomes. Michael has also represented numerous clients in commercial litigation, contract disputes, business torts and construction-defect litigation.

According to Sisemore Law Firm, P.C. founder, Justin Sisemore, “Michael brings a new energy to the firm with his enthusiasm, intellect and competitive spirit. His extensive experience representing clients in family law matters in Dallas County, Tarrant County, Collin County, Denton County, Johnson County, Parker County and Rockwall County enables our firm to continue broadening our scope and help more individuals who need excellent representation.”

A desire to impact lives on a personal level led him to family law

Michael L. Rousseau grew up in Austin, Texas where he enjoyed playing baseball and golf, as well as spending time on the water and at the family ranch. After high school, Michael attended the University of Georgia, where he graduated in 3.5 years with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Risk Management and Insurance in 2012.

After completing his undergraduate degree, Michael returned to Texas to attend Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas, where he graduated magna cum laude. While in law school, Michael served as the Senior Case Note and Comment Editor for the SMU International Law Review. After earning his law degree in 2016, Michael clerked for a judge in the United States Virgin Islands and went on to work for various law firms, honing his legal skills in all aspects of civil litigation and family law matters.

As someone who enjoys interacting with people, Michael became interested in family law because he enjoys interacting with people on a personal and human level. “I enjoy connecting with people on a personal level, and practicing family law allows me to help clients navigate through what is oftentimes the most stressful and difficult of situations. Being a family law attorney also gives me the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of my clients and their families.”

When he isn’t counseling clients or litigating in the family courts, Michael enjoys golfing, skiing and spending time with his family and friends.