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Charla H. Bradshaw

Charla H. Bradshaw

Practice areas:

Collaborative Law, Family, Mediation

About Me

Charla Bradshaw is an accomplished family law attorney and Denton Managing Shareholder known for successfully summarizing some of the most difficult cases. She was listed among the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Texas (2005) and rated one of the Best Women Lawyers in North Texas by D Magazine in 2010.


Charla Bradshaw has made the list of Texas Super Lawyers published now by Thomson Reuters each year it has been chosen and is AV Peer Review (Top) Rated by Martindale-Hubbell. She is immediate past chair of the State Bar of Texas District 14 Grievance Committee and still serves as a member.

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1993

  1. Collaborative Law: 34%
  2. Mediation: 33%
  3. Family: 33%

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Contact Info

KoonsFuller, P.C.

320 W. Eagle Drive
Suite 200
Denton, TX, 76201

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
TXEligible To Practice In Texas 199305/24/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Texas Super LawyerN/A2005
Top Fifty Female Attorneys in TexasN/A2005
Texas Super LawyerN/A2004
Texas Super LawyerN/A2003
FellowN/AN/A

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Managing ShareholderKoonsFuller, P.C.2009 - Present

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersMember2006 - Present
Texas Academy of Family Law SpecialistsOfficer2005 - Present
State Bar of TexasMember2005 - Present
Texas Academy of Family Law SpecialistsDirector2002 - 2005
Texas Academy of Family Law SpecialistsMember2000 - Present
Texas Family Law Practice Manual Form Book CommitteeMember1998 - 2002
Texas Family Law Council Checklist CommitteeMember1997 - 1999
Tarrant County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Denton County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Texas Family Law FoundationMemberN/A
Collaborative Law Institute of TexasMemberN/A
State Bar CollegeMemberN/A

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
State Bar of TexasTexas Family Law Council Checklist Committee1999
State Bar of TexasTexas Family Law Council Checklist Committee1998
State Bar of TexasTexas Family Law Council Checklist Committee1997
Distinctive Lifestyles of Northeast Tarrant CountyNew Alimony Law in Texas Adds Protection1996

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1993
Texas Woman's UniversityN/ABS - Bachelor of Science1987

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
TAFLS Trial InstituteLitigating the Case: Children's Issues2006
Marriage Dissolution CourseDrafting QDROs2006
Advanced Family Law CourseSome of that Retirement is Mine2006
Advanced Family Law CourseWhat Every Lawyer Should Know About Dividing and Drawing Orders which Divide Qualified Retirement Plans2006
Family Law Council of Community Property StatesEconomic Contribution and Reimbursement2005
Advanced Family Law CourseAvoiding the Equal Property Division: When Equitable Doesn't Mean Equal2005
TAFLS Trial InstituteTwenty-Five Essential Factors When Drafting or Reviewing QDROs2004
Family Law Council of Community Property StatesBusiness Valuation2004
Advanced Family Law CourseRetirement: QDROs for Defined Benefit and Contribution Qualified Plans under ERISA2004
Family Law Practice Seminar, University of Houston Law CenterRetirement: QDROs for Qualified Plans under ERISA (including using QDROs for Child Support)2003
Advanced Family Law CourseRetirement: QDROs for Qualified Plans under ERISA (including using QDROs for Child Support)2003
Advanced Family Law CourseERISA Retirement Plans: An Analysis of the New Texas Family Law Practice Manual QDRO Forms and QDRO Drafting Tips2002
Advanced Family Law CourseHandling ERISA Retirement Plans: An Overview and Explanation of the Texas Family Law Practice Manual QDRO Forms and Drafting tips for Alternative Clauses2001
Advanced Family Law CourseRetirement Plans: What to Do When No QDRO is Honored2000
Family Law Practice Seminar, University of Houston Law CenterQDROs and Retirement Benefits1999
Family Law Practice Seminar, University of Houston Law CenterQDROs: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You1998
Advanced Family Law CourseRetirement Overview and a Walk Through the QDRO1998
Advanced Family Law CourseRetirement, Pensions and that Ugly Word...QDROs1997
Advanced Family Law CourseQDROs and Checklists1995