Grant Sorenson

Grant Sorenson is a transaction-focused attorney who assists corporations, small business owners, real estate firms, banking and finance institutions, and energy companies navigate the legal complexities pertaining to their respective industries. Whether in the resolution of a dispute or in closing a transaction, Grant employs a collaborative and economical approach with an eye toward the practical in order to help the firm's clients accomplish their goals. In all aspects of his practice, Grant is consistently driven to do what is necessary to get a legal matter across the finish line.


  • Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude – Texas Tech University School of Law, 2014
    • Order of the Coif
    • Texas Tech Law Review, Staff Member and Articles Editor
    • Phi Delta Phi, President
    • Legal Practice Program, Teaching Fellow
  • Bachelor of Arts, English – Oklahoma State University, 2011

Bar & Court Admissions & Certifications

  • State Bar of Texas, 2014

Awards & Recognition

  • Top Attorneys <5 Years of Practice by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine: 2015-2021 (Real Estate)

Top attorney

  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch: 2020 (Corporate, Real Estate)

Professional Affiliations & Organizations

  • Tarrant County Bar Association, Member
  • Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, Member
  • Real Estate Council of Fort Worth, Young Leader

Volunteerism & Community

  • Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth, Red Shoe Society Member and Participant
  • Davey O'Brien Foundation, Associate Council Member
Grant Sorenson

Shareholder, Director

Representative Experience & Services

Grant’s legal practice focuses on the transactional side of many sectors, including real estate, oil and gas, banking and finance, and corporate governance and transactions. Some of Grant’s related services and experience include:

  • Assisting clients in commercial, industrial, unimproved, and farm and ranch real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, construction, development, management, and debt financing
  • Assisting landlords and tenants with commercial and retail disputes and transactions
  • Counseling clients in regard to entity formation, governance, operations, sales and acquisitions, and dissolutions
  • Representing institutional and private lenders and borrowers in real estate and commercial financing transactions
  • Representing energy companies and land/mineral owners in royalty disputes and surface use issues
  • Assisting land/mineral owners with surface and mineral interest management and leasing