Tina is passionate about advocacy. Her approach to family law matters is responsive, straightforward and client-focused. Tina possesses all the sincere language, confidence, and zeal you would expect from a litigator raised in a strong Italian family. She deploys these traits at maximum effect. Clients love Tina because she is confident and efficient. She is a family law litigator with an impressive range of experience and knowledge.
Tina’s interest in family law and advocacy began during her studies at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, where she received a Master of Science degree in education. This master’s program focused on educational policy and developing coursework to assist teachers with being better educators. With her multidisciplinary background, Tina is able to adeptly handle the educator role that comes with being a strong family law advocate. Tina believes in educating her clients each step of the way so that they can make informed decisions about their matters. Tina also spent some time in the classroom helping educators implement programs, and it was during this time spent with children that she truly developed a passion for being the voice of others.
Tina attended South Texas College of Law Houston and focused her coursework on trial and advocacy. She represented South Texas as a varsity advocate in numerous mock trial and moot court national competitions. Tina, along with her mock trial teammates, brought a first place National Championship title back to South Texas from the Peter J. Johnson National Civil Rights Trial Competition. She also received many advocacy awards during her time at South Texas College of Law Houston.
Tina emphasizes respect and amicability during her cases. She received her mediator’s certificate from the Frank Evans Center for Dispute Resolution. Her training in mediation and dispute resolution allows Tina to advocate for her clients amicably and successfully. She has worked hard to hone her approach to conflict resolution and strives to assist families in fostering healthy co-parenting relationships rather than to adopt positions that could further alienate them.
- Family Law
- South Texas College of Law Houston, Houston, Texas
- Honors: First Place National Championship Title , Peter J. Johnson National Civil Rights Trial Competition
- University of Houston
- Masters of Science
- Major: Education
- University of Houston
- Bachelor of Arts in Communications – 2008
- Honors: Public Relations/Advertising
- State Bar of Texas
- Houston Bar Association
- Houston Young Lawyer’s Association
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