COVID - 19

In response to the CDC guidelines and local government orders, The Mussalli Law Firm has implemented changes to our existing in-office work schedules and staffing protocols for the health, safety and welfare of our valued team members and clients and to do our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19. We remain committed to serving our clients’ needs, including as may be necessary on a time-sensitive basis. We are closely monitoring all pending litigation matters and keeping in frequent contact with court staff to ensure proper flow of cases and noting any scheduling changes. Although we have ceased all in-office client meetings, we have made appropriate technology adjustments to continue to meaningfully communicate remotely, but even those systems have proven to be overburdened at times, by the sheer volume of users. In the event you do not receive a timely reply to any communication, kindly email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and include “URGENT” in the subject line and we will expedite any necessary action on our part.

We appreciate your patience while we work together to prudently manage the existing circumstances.


Margaret M. Urquhart


St. Edward's University, B.A. in English Writing and Rhetoric 2006

South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2010

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2010

Maggie Urquhart joined the firm in April 2016.  Ms. Urquhart was admitted to the Texas Bar in November 2010 and until joining the firm, practiced primarily in estate planning and probate.  Her practice areas are transitioning to also include a variety of business transactional matters as well as commercial litigation.

Ms. Urquhart received her B.A. in English Writing and Rhetoric from St. Edward's University in Austin.  While attending South Texas College of Law, Ms. Urquhart clerked for Judge John Donovan, (then presiding in the 61st District Court, Harris County) and currently a Justice for the 14th Court of Appeals, and subsequently for Judge Al Bennett (then presiding the 61st District Court, Harris County) and currently a judge in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. 

During her clerkships, Ms. Urquhart drafted orders and legal memoranda to assist with and supplement the judges' decisions regarding motions before the court, most notably for a multi-million dollar lawsuit involving breach of contract and antitrust claims.  She also authored content later published on the Harris County website for a seminar presented by Harris County civil judges guiding appointed attorney ad litems in their duties.  She looks forward to the opportunity to serve the firm’s clients.