Jason Kercheval


Jason was born and raised in the greater Houston area. Before graduating from Klein Forest High School in 1998, he earned an appointment and full scholarship to the United States Naval Academy. In May of 2002 he graduated from the United States Naval Academy and was commissioned as an ensign in the United States Navy. After serving for three years active duty as a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy, Jason switched to the reserves and returned to Houston to attend law school at South Texas College of Law Houston.

While at South Texas College of Law Houston, Jason was one of only 12 students chosen from his 1L class to represent the nationally acclaimed South Texas College of Law Advocacy program and became a travelling Mock Trial Advocate. South Texas was, and continues to be, the #1 ranked trial advocacy school in the nation. After being chosen multiple times as a top-10 Mock Trial Advocate, his time with the Advocacy Program in law school culminated in his receiving the “John O’Quinn Heart of an Advocate” award.

After his success in law school, Jason again chose to serve his country by becoming a Judge Advocate with the Texas Army National Guard. As a JAG in the National Guard, he was employed as the Trial Defense Services (TDS) Trial Attorney. His duties there allowed him the privilege of defending Soldiers from all over the state of Texas who were charged with wrongdoing under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and under the Texas Code of Military Justice. He and his team successfully saved many soldiers from administrative discharges and other consequences arising from their mistakes.

In 2013, at the end of his service in the National Guard, Jason founded The Kercheval Law Firm. His firm primarily represented clients in Criminal, Family, and Probate cases in Montgomery, Harris, and Grimes Counties.

Jason met his wife, Jaime, at South Texas College of Law at the beginning of his 3L year. Five years to the day they met, Jason’s hopes were fulfilled when Jaime Price said yes to his proposal of marriage. In 2015 they were married, and Jaime joined The Kercheval Law Firm as a partner.

After the birth of their daughter in 2017, Jason left The Kercheval Law Firm to join Price & Price and focus his attention solely on Family Law. Jaime continues the practice on her own, which is now primarily focused on Wills, Probate, and Estate Planning in Montgomery County, and is of counsel to Price & Price.

In 2017, Jason and Jaime became the proud parents of a baby girl they named Jenevieve. As a father and oldest of four siblings, he knows how vital family is; especially how important a client’s family and their children are to them.

When a client needs a divorce or representation on any family law matter, Jason will fight for their rights and do whatever it takes to help them continue the close relationship with their children that is so paramount.

Professional Associations/Memberships

  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Montgomery County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Board of Directors, 2016-Present (Member of the Board of Directors, 2017-2019)
  • The Woodlands Bar Association
  • College of the State Bar of Texas
  • Chair of the District 5A Unauthorized Practice of Law Subcommittee, 2019-2021
  • President Veterans Treatment Court Support Fund (501c3). 2016 - Present