Julia was born in Arkansas, then moved to Louisiana several years later. As soon as she could, she moved to Texas. This is her home and she loves it here. Although she, her husband and children lived in Pennsylvania, Illinois and Ohio, they eventually made it back to their Texas home. She has three grown children and six grandchildren (the best!).
She graduated from the University of Houston and got her law degree from the University of Dayton in Ohio. She married an Aggie, and most of her family is all Aggies, from her son, brothers, sister-in-law, nieces and nephew. Of course, she has season tickets to the Aggie football games. It’s outstanding when they win, but every game is fun.
Julia is admitted to the following Courts: The U. S. Supreme Court, The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Ohio, the Supreme Court of Texas, the Northern District Court of Texas, and the Southern District of Texas. She is a member of the following groups: the American Bar Association, the National Lawyers Association, the Texas Bar Association, the Houston Bar Association, The Collaborative Bar Section of the Houston Bar, the Family Law Section of the Houston Bar, the Employment Section of the Houston Bar, the International Association of Collaborative Law Professionals, the Northwest Houston Collaborative Family Law Professionals, National Right to Life, and the 12th Man Foundation.
She is the Legal Advisor for Care Net Pregnancy Center of Northwest Houston, and has served there since 1999. She is an active member of Graceview Baptist Church, as well as a Group Leader in Bible Study Fellowship.
Julia has over 30 years’ legal experience. She practices in two areas: Family Law and Business/Employment Law. She starts every case in as amicable a manner as possible, but she will zealously represent each client. Each of her clients is different, and each case must be evaluated uniquely. She tries to help her clients save money on attorney fees, whenever possible. For example, she charges 1/4th the price most other attorneys do for a Durable Power of Attorney. That, with a Will, are very important for everyone to have. Although it is perfectly legal to charge for other similar documents, Julia does it the simpler way.
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I have been opposing counsel to Julia, and I have mediated numerous cases for her as well. Julia pays close attention to the details of her case. She is an advocate while still maintaining a pleasant demeanor. I endorse Julia as a valuable asset for a client.
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1986||10/19/2015|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Collaborative Law Interdisciplinary Training||The Collaborative Law Institute||2009|
|State Bar College||State Bar of Texas||2007|
|Comprehensive Human Systems Mediation Training||Counsel for Human Systems Development||2001|
|Attorney at Law||Julia R. Lovorn, P.C.||1982 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Northwest Houston Collaborative Law Professionals||President||2009 - Present|
|International Academy of Collaborative Professionals||Member||2009 - Present|
|Collaborative Law Institute of Texas||Member||2001 - Present|
|Bible Study Fellowship||Group Leader||2001 - Present|
|12th Man Foundation||Member||2000 - Present|
|National Right to Life||Member||2000 - Present|
|Care Net Pregnancy Center||Board Legal Advisor||1999 - Present|
|Graceview Church||Active Member||1987 - Present|
|University of Dayton School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|University of Houston||English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1970|