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The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas is a non-profit organization that strives to:

  1. Promote Collaborative Law benefits by building a community of Collaborative Law professionals throughout Texas.
  2. Act as a unifying voice for Collaborative Law in Texas.
  3. Protect the integrity of the Collaborative Law process.

The Institute seeks to create a culture in which Collaborative Law is the prevailing process for resolution of family law matters.


International Association of Collaborative Professionals
The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to educate professionals and the public in collaborative solutions to disputes. This website offers the listings of members throughout the U.S. and Canada.


State Bar of Texas


Tarrant County Bar Association


Denton County Bar Association


Collin County Bar Association


Dallas County District Courts Family Law Division


Tarrant County District Courts Family Law Division


Denton County District Courts


Collin County District Courts


Dallas County Child Support Homepage


Office of the Attorney General of Texas (Child Support Division)


The Parenting Center
Provides resources for parents and children


I.R.S.
Forms and publications from the IRS


Findlaw
Online legal resource site


"Keep control of your case: don't give it to me, a stranger in a black robe... Understand that this is a family issue more than a legal issue. Contain the transition of the family in a family setting. And when it's resolved, then seek the legal recognition."
– Ross Foote, Former Judge, Rapides Parish, Louisiana

Dallas Alliance of Collaborative Family Lawyers, whose members are located in Dallas and Collin Counties.

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