Attorney Curtis M. Loveless


1969, Texas Law School, University of Texas (J.D., 1969)


Denton County Bar Association (President 1990-1991);
State Bar of Texas (Member, Family Law Council, 1984-1993 Grievance Committee, 1996-2002)
Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists (Second Vice-President 1983-1985; Director, 1986-1989;
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (President, Texas Chapter, 1993-1995)
Denton County Collaborative Family Law Association.

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Listed: Best Lawyers in America, 1989-.. Course Co-Director: Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists Second Annual Trial Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1988. Course Director: Second Annual Advanced Family Law Drafting Course, 1992. Panelist: “Custody”, Advanced Family Law Course, San Antonio, Texas 2003. Lecturer: “Making and Meeting Objections,” Advanced Family Law Course, 1988; “Wrapping up the Case,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1990; “Post-Judgement Enforcement of Property: Avoiding the Thorns While Picking the Roses,” Family Law for the Experienced Non-Specialist Institute, 1989; “Closing Documents,” Advanced Family Law Course, 1990; “The Direct and Cross-Examination of a Mental Health Professional,” Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists Fifth Annual Trial Institute, 1991; “Staying Alive—The Attorney’s Obligations and Liabilities,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1992; “Tort Issues and Torts in Family Law,” Advanced Family Law Seminar, 1994; “Gender Bias,” Advanced Family Law Seminar, 1995; “Psychological Examinations and Testing,” Advanced Family Law Seminar, 1991; “Jury Trials,” Advanced Family Law Seminar, 1992; “Teaching Your Client to Work with Non-Legal Professionals,” South Texas College of Law, 1992; “Modification of Custody and Access” and “Law Office Economics,” Advanced Family Law Seminar, 1998. Co-author and Lecturer: “Rights and Duties of Parents, Grandparents, and Non-Parents,”, Advanced Family Law Course, 2002; “State Retirement: Dividing and Surviving Under the Government Code,” Advanced Family Law Course, 2001; “The Key to the Jailhouse Door! Writ of Habeas Corpus and How to Make the Judge Do It Right! Writ of Mandamus,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1985; “Bankruptcy Before, During and After Divorce,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1987. Author and Lecturer: “Sexual Abuse and Allegations: Uses and Misuses,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1986; “Dealing with the Media,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1989; “The Profitable Family Law Practice—Law Office Economics,” Advanced Family Law Course, 1989; “Collateralization and Security Documents: Safeguarding Your Agreement and Decree,” Advanced Family Law Drafting Course, 1991; “Attorney’s Fees in Family Law Cases,” Marriage Dissolution Seminar, 1991. Author: “Sexual Abuse Allegations in Child Custody Cases—Some Practical Considerations,” Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, November 1989. Coauthor: “Rebutting the JMC Presumption – Child Preferences,” Advanced Family Law Course, 2003. Manual Revision Committee, Texas Family Law Practice Manual, 1986, 1989-1990; Texas Specialization Exam Commission, 1994—. Trained Arbitrator, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Member, Supreme Court Child Support and Visitation Guideline Committees, 1985-1999.

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