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Locate a Collaborative Law Professional

This section of the web site will allow you to locate Collaborative Law professionals who practice in your community. Start your search for the right professional by entering information about yourself and reviewing the member profiles that fit your search.

 
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Locate a Collaborative Law Professional

(NOTE: you may have to scroll down the page to use the search features).

The following guidelines are how to locate a Collaborative Law professional who is right for you. You can search by one or more of the following areas:

  • Enter the County or City to find a practitioner in your area.
  • Enter the last name of the Texas divorce attorney or collaborative practitioner you want to contact.
  • Enter your gender preference for a Texas divorce lawyer or collaborative practitioner.
  • Enter the area of specialty you are looking for. You can select a Texas Divorce Lawyer, Financial Specialist or Mental Health Professional. Please click on this link for more information on the Collaborative Law team

Second, review the biographies of the professionals to identify Collaborative Law Professionals who appear to be the best fit for you. Information is available on practice philosophy and approach, credentials, training and specialized certifications.

Third, contact the professionals who you select as the best fit for your situation. Click here for questions to ask a collaborative professional. These questions will help you make the most out of your first visit. 


 

NOTE:  when filling in the below, you are filling it in for the person that you are looking for, not your personal information. For instance, if you are looking for an attorney in Travis County, you would put Travis under "County Served" and then you would put Attorney in under the "Area of Specialty" block; then click search.  If you are searching for a specific person and know their name, you would put their last name under the "Last Name" block and could leave everything else blank.  The more search terms that you add, the more specific the search gets.


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