City Hall


Ashley Saenz



Municipal Law
Municipal Court Prosecution
Civil Litigation


Ashley Saenz currently handles municipal law matters with a focus on municipal court prosecution. She also assists with police, legal advising and litigation, defending cities and other governmental entities.


  • Texas A&M University School of Law, J.D., Fort Worth, Texas, May 2020
  • Texas A&M University, B.A. Philosophy, College Station, Texas, May 2017


  • State Bar of Texas, December 2020


  • “How to End the Cycle of Domestic Violence: Policies Focused on Children,” 9 Child and Family Law Journal 55 (2021)


Ashley grew up in East Texas before moving to College Station for her undergraduate degree and then Fort Worth for law school. She married a law school classmate and they moved to Frisco, where they now call home, complete with their two dogs, Cassidy and Dixie. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys reading, live music, saltwater fishing, and spending time with family and friends. Ashley is also very active in her community and serves on the Communications and the Charity Selection Committee for Attorneys Serving the Community, an organization of women lawyers who collectively utilize their resources and talents to support local non-profit organizations whose programs benefit women, children, and/or families. Ashley also recently graduated from Leadership Frisco Class XXV, a community leadership program, and has been involved with Ethos Education Group and the Collin County Bar Association.