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Sarah Rose

Combining my passion for the law with compassion for clients, I will help guide you through the legal system toward the best possible solutions to your family law concerns. I did not step foot in a courtroom until law school. That experience helps me understand clients who are unfamiliar with the law and gives me the ability to explain legal procedure and terminology in a way that is more accessible and relatable. In law school, I worked for Legal Aid Society of Lubbock, Inc. and the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Division. In both positions, I dealt with a wide array of family law issues, and those experiences have given me the unique understanding of Attorney General’s Child Support Office to get results for my clients. My husband and I live in Princeton, Texas with two wonderful dogs, and we are expecting our first baby in May 2012.

Collin Kennedy

When I graduated from law school many years ago, I began my legal career as an assistant district attorney in Houston. Although there were no other lawyers in my family, and I had no real pre-conceived notions about practicing law, trying numerous high-stakes cases to juries made me feel like a “real lawyer.” The most unforgettable moments were those when I knew I had connected with jurors and convinced them that justice must be served.

All these years later, I’m not prosecuting criminals any more. But the common thread tying together my practice then with my practice now is the passionate and personal representation of my clients.. Years ago, it was victims of crime. Today, my clients are individuals and corporations with complex legal issues that require a relentless pursuit of justice. All those hundreds of cases over the years have taught me two never-to-be-broken rules. First, to get the best result for the client, I’ve got to prepare that case like it is the most important case I will ever have.

After all, in most instances, it is the most important case the client will ever have. And second, to get the best result for the client, I’ve got to treat that case like I’m representing the best of my friends or the closest of my family members. In other words, I’ve got to take it personally. Please call me and let me achieve justice for you.

Charles Gearing

Charles is an experienced Business Litigation and Family Law attorney with experience working in the Dallas office of Haynes and Boone, LLP. Charles’ practice focuses primarily on complex business litigation and he is experienced in representing entities in the energy, real estate, retail and manufacturing industries involved in actions based on breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. He is also experienced in intellectual property (trademark and copyright) litigation.

Charles was awarded the 2013 Pro Bono Service Award by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL), which recognizes the public service or legal aid performed by a young lawyer who provides outstanding contributions and access to justice to those in need of legal services.

John Hafen

Mr. Hafen helps individuals and businesses pursue and defend against civil claims in state and federal courts and before arbitration tribunals.  Mr. Hafen has handled a diverse range of complex commercial litigation with a primary emphasis on business, non-compete, trade secret and estate litigation.   Mr. Hafen also advises business clients ranging in size from startups to established mid-sized businesses.  Mr. Hafen helps businesses assess risks, protect assets and leverage legal strategies to achieve business objectives.

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