History Of Our Law Firm

Our Roots in Denton County

The lawyers at Loveless & Loveless, Attorneys at Law, L.P. are a father/daughter team, with deep roots in Denton County. Born and raised in Denton County, Curtis M. Loveless returned to Denton in 1969 after completing law school at the University of Texas at Austin. He worked for Denton attorney Jack Gray, and then opened his own law office.

Curtis and former high school classmate Michael Whitten formed a partnership in 1973, which merged with Jack Gray in 1976 to become Gray, Whitten and Loveless, which it remained for several years, until Jack Gray left to become a District Judge.

Curtis and Mike continued to practice together for several more years, until Curtis established the Law Office of Curtis M. Loveless in 1989. His daughter, Darcy E. Loveless, joined him as an associate in 1999. In 2001, they formed Loveless & Loveless, Attorneys at Law, L.P., and they continue to practice together today.

Board Certified

Curtis’ practice has covered many areas of law, but began emphasizing family law when he passed the first board certification exam given in the area of family law in 1975 and became Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Darcy has also practiced in multiple areas, but has furthered the family tradition in the area of family law by becoming Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2004. Both lawyers have continuously maintained their certifications.

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The firm obtained a favorable jury verdict — allowing our client to keep primary custody and changing the geographic area in which the child could reside to a much larger area requested by our client.*

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