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Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, she is a member of the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section, the American Bar Association Family Law Section, the Houston Bar Association Family Law Section, the Association for Women Attorneys and Burta Rhoades Raborn Inns of Court.
Marjorie earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Policy from the...
There are many issues that we face as we and our family members face aging, potential illness and death. There are many questions that you have to ensure that your family is cared for. There are also many issues which could potentially impair the ones you love that you do not know to ask about. Ms. Brown has the knowledge,...
Marjorie then spent time in private practice primarily representing children and families in juvenile court cases. Then she went to work for the Tennessee Department of Children's Services for more than 6 years where she served as the primary juvenile justice and education attorney, handled employment matters for the 4000 person agency, and advised...
Marjorie opened the firm of Goldsmith & Guymon, P.C. with Dara J. Goldsmith in 1996. She practices primarily in bankruptcy, business law, estate planning, family law, guardianship, probate and trust administration. Marjorie is licensed in Nevada and Utah, admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in both jurisdictions. She is also admitted to...
Ms. Fine has extensive practice drafting business contracts, including buy-sell agreements, employment agreements and non-competition agreements, and, balancing that experience, she reviews and litigates contracts drafted by other attorneys.
Her Wills, Trusts and Estates practice involves planning, drafting estate documents and probate litigation.
Her equine practice is an...
I began representing children accused of breaking the law in order to ensure that they had a voice and were heard. Whatever the outcome in court, when children are given a voice and are heard, they begin to trust and feel respected and empowered. It is important to remember that "delinquents" are children, with undeveloped brains, and they and their families need to be shepherded through the court...
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