A member and a partner in the firm since 1985, Larry Foerster concentrates his practice in the areas of general civil law, business law, municipal law, estate planning, probate, and real estate. After serving as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate in the U. S. Air Force, Larry moved to Conroe in 1978 as an Assistant District Attorney. From 1981 through 1984 he served as the elected County Attorney for Montgomery County, Texas.
Larry represents numerous businesses, municipalities, emergency service districts, and water utilities. He was honored in 1986 by the Montgomery County Bar Association as “Lawyer of the Year.” In 2009, Larry was also honored by the Texas City Attorneys Association with a “Merit Certification in Municipal Law.” Over the past 21 years, he has enjoyed the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating an attorney can received from his peers and judges –AV Preeminent.
Larry and his wife Martha have two grown children, Emily and Daniel. In his community, Larry has served as Chairman of the Board of the Greater Conroe Chamber of Commerce; President of the Kiwanis Club of Conroe; President of the Board and Campus Development Chairman of Covenant Christian School; Director of the Montgomery County United Way Board; and Secretary of the Board of Montgomery County Youth Services.
Larry currently serves as the Chairman of the Montgomery County Historical Commission and board member of two Conroe non-profit corporations: Friends of the Flag Foundation and Conroe Live. Proud to be a six-generation Texan, Larry has also authored a book entitled Montgomery County, Texas Historical Timeline. He is also an Adult Bible Teacher at Conroe Bible Church.
- Texas Tech University, B.A. 1971, Lubbock, Texas
- University of Texas at Austin, J. D. 1974, Austin, Texas