Attorney Darcy E. Loveless


Family Law, Collaborative Law, Divorce


Baylor University School of Law, J.D. 1999


American University, B.A. 1996


Board Certified Family Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 2004

Board Certified Attorney


“Alienation – Analyzing/Reassessing the Problem and Solutions”, Advanced Family Law Course, 2017

“Mock Trial: Testimony and Examination Issues with Mental Health Professionals”, AFCC 52nd Annual Conference: Children in the Court System: Different Doors, Different Responses, Different Outcomes, 2015


“So You’ve Been Appointed to Represent a Child – What’s Next?”, Tarrant County Summer Bar Seminar, 2005
“Waiver Divorce”, Denton County Practice Skills Course, 2003.
“And IT IS SO ORDERED”. . .Addressing the Parties’ Creative (But Unenforceable) Agreements in the Court Order”, State Bar of Texas Collaborative Law Course, 2018
“What to do After the Temporary Orders Hearing”, State Bar of Texas Handling Your First – Or Next – Divorce Case, 2019


“Case Autopsy”, Collaborative Law Institute of Texas Spring Conference, 2007
“Rebutting the JMC Presumption – Child Preferences”, Advanced Family Law Course, 2003.


“Meeting YOUR Interests: Collaborative Law and Other Methods of Dispute Resolution”, for Denton County Collaborative Professionals, Inc., 2009;
“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.


Director, Denton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (2006 – Present)
Member, State Bar of Texas;
Member, Collaborative Divorce Texas
Member, Denton County Collaborative Law Professionals, Inc. (President, 2014-2015)
Denton County Bar Association (President, 2009-10; Officer 2005-2009; Director 2002 – 2005)
Member, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Member, Texas Young Lawyer’s Association; 1999-2011
Member, Greater Denton County Young Lawyer’s Association 1999-2011 (President, 2004-2005; Officer 2002-2004; Director 2000-2002)
Member, Family Law Section Denton County Bar Association (Chair, 2003-2004)

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