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Family law in Central Texas
Attorney, licensed in Texas, Colorado, California
Since 1992, Stephen has practiced civil trial law. He focuses his practice on family law cases, such as:
> Divorce (with and without children involved)
> Modifications of court orders
> Enforcement of court orders.
He is licensed in Texas, Colorado, and California.
He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Whittier College School of Law in 1992 and his B.A. in Psychology from The State University of New York at Albany in 1989.
He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, motorcycling, hunting, hiking, running, weight-lifting, kiteboarding, and traveling the world.
Family-law situations can be challenging and stressful. Our passion is focused on helping families navigate difficult scenarios.
Who we are and how we act around our family, close friends and colleagues is often not who we are and how we act when we are dealing with a divorcing spouse, their family, or their attorney.
Our firm is relentlessly dedicated to helping you maintain the dignity, integrity and respect that you deserve, helping you when you fall, and providing solutions and tools to use when you don’t feel like “taking the high road.”
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Why family law is important
Family law is one of the most challenging areas of law to practice because of the deeply emotional, personal and psychological issues involved, many of which involve children, family relationships, and established friendships on both sides … and now everyone involved is thrown into an uncertain, unpleasant, and unwelcome situation.
Issues and problems that force a married couple to seek out attorneys often develop over years or decades. These issues will continue to be present throughout any dispute resolution mechanism or process whether it involves settlement discussions, mediation, or trial.