My primary practice has been in Family Law since I was licensed. I also worked as the only associate for the Schmude Law Firm and took over this firm when John Schmude became the... more
My primary practice has been in Family Law since I was licensed. I also worked as the only associate for the Schmude Law Firm and took over this firm when John Schmude became the District Judge of a Family Court in Harris County in January 2015 While Religious Liberty cases rarely arise, I have experience fighting for the Religous Liberty of Texans. Most recently I served as Cocounsel for a... view profile
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