Steven A. Leyh is the head of the HooverSlovacek’s bankruptcy practice. Mr. Leyh has been practicing bankruptcy law for over 43 years. Steven A. Leyh understands bankruptcy and effective solutions that can be achieved because of the acumen he has obtained from his experience which began when he was a law clerk for the Honorable John R. Blinn, Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Texas.
With this perspective, Steven A. Leyh has the skill to navigate the procedures that govern matters involving Chapters 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Read More ›
Sarah Ann Powers, Of Counsel for Hoover Slovacek, has been practicing law in the areas of real estate and business transactions for over 30 years. Ms. Powers represents land developers and investors in commercial real estate transactions, including master planned communities, single family subdivisions and multifamily projects. She has established and represents numerous types of property owners associations and also represents many production homebuilding companies across the State of Texas.
Ms. Powers represents institutional lenders with their real estate lending and large and small companies with their real estate portfolio transactions and other contract negotiations. Read More ›
Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law and Residential Real Estate by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Mark Knop has been with Hoover Slovacek for over 15 years. He represents his clients in various areas of civil law, including real estate, business, estate planning/probate and family law.
Mr. Knop was born in Houston on December 7, 1963. He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1988. He received his bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Texas in Austin and his J.D. Read More ›