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David M. Romero, a Managing Partner with The Romero Law Firm, P.C., was born in Houston, Texas, in 1969. He graduated from the University of Houston – Clear Lake with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. He has worked for Arthur Andersen LLP, in the tax compliance group, and is familiar with individual and corporate tax returns. With his strong financial background in accounting, he is better able to protect our clients’ interests by scrutinizing tax returns, brokerage documents, retirement accounts, bank accounts and financial statements. He represents clients in Harris County and the surrounding counties with complex estates and child custody suits. Our approach has always been to help our clients achieve their goals, now and after divorce.He was admitted to the bar in Texas in 2000.
Mr. Romero has experience in family law, in the following areas:
- Contested/Uncontested Divorces
- Child Custody
- Modifications of Child Custody and Child Support
- Enforcement for Child Support
- Enforcement for Possession and Access
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Division of Marital Estate
- Premarital Agreements
- Post-Divorce Division of Assets
Mr. Romero is a member of the Hispanic National Bar Association, Houston Hispanic Bar Association, the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity – Wood Inn. In law school, he served on the South Texas College of Law, Law Review and Currents International Trade Journal. Also, he was named one of the top Family Law Lawyers by H Texas Magazine in 2006.
Mr. Romero is very active in the community. He is an active member of the Special Olympics Committee of the Houston Bar Association. He also enjoys coaching his sons’ youth basketball teams and traveling.
Family Law; Divorce; Divorce Mediation; Family Mediation; Marital Agreements; Marital Property Distribution; Marital Property Settlements; No Fault Divorce; Paternity; Post Divorce Modification; Postnuptial Agreements; Premarital Agreements; Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs); Restraining Orders; Spousal Support; Matrimonial Law; Probate AdministrationAdmitted:
2000, TexasLaw School:
South Texas College of Law, J.D.
Mexican American Bar Association of Houston (Board Member 2012—) Chair, Leadership of Tomorrow (2010-2012-mentoring students from McReynolds Middle School and Hall High School); Pasadena Bar Association; State Bar of Texas; Texas Young Lawyers Association; Houston Young Lawyers Association; Hispanic National Bar Association; Houston Hispanic Bar Association; Houston Hispanic Bar Forum.
Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity – Wood Inn; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Beta Lambda. Member, South Texas Law Review. Author: “A World Problem-Domain Names Dispute in Cyberspace,” Currents Int’l. Trade L.J., Summer 2000, at 69. Court Appointed Child Advocate, Harris County. Member, Houston Hispanic Forum. Houston’s Top Lawyers for 2013 by H Texas Magazine.
Honors & Awards Received
2013, Houston’s Top Family Law Lawyers by H Texas Magazine
2006, Houston’s Top Family Law Lawyers by H Texas Magazine
Most Recent Certifications and Training Received
Annual Advanced Family Law Course, 2013, State Bar of Texas
Injunctions: Tips and Best Practices, Mexican American Bar Association
Fundamentals of Serving as Attorney Ad Litem, 2013, District Courts of Harris County
Marriage Dissolution Course, 2013, State Bar of Texas
Annual Advanced Family Law Course, 2012, State Bar of Texas
Differences in Effective Trial Presentations (Bench Trial vs. Jury Trial), Mexican American Bar Association, 2012
Marriage Dissolution Institute, 2012, State Bar of Texas
Annual Advanced Family Law Course, 2011, State Bar of Texas
Marriage Dissolution Institute, 2011, State Bar of Texas
Annual Advanced Family Law Course, 2010, State Bar of Texas
Family Law Institute-Children’s Day, 2010, Houston Bar Association
Interventions for Family Conflict with Unmarrried Parents, 2009, Texas Chapter Association of Family & Coalition Courts
Advanced Family Law Course, 2009, State Bar of Texas
Parenting Plans for Families with Disabled Children, Bay Area Bar Association, 2009
Post-mortem Annulment of a Marriage, 2008, Bay Area Bar Association
Advanced Family Law Course, 2008, State Bar of Texas
How to Deal with Experts from Pre-Trial to Trial, 2008, Houston Bar Association
Roles & Duties of the Attorney Ad Litem, 2008, Texas Bar CLE
HBA Family Law Institute-Children’s Day, 2008, Houston Bar Association
Mr. Romero has certified as a mediator and has been highly successful in helping spouses come to mutually acceptable agreements to resolve the issues in their divorce cases. He is available to mediate on weekends and after-hours if necessary and his rates are as follows: half day mediation rate of $400.00 per party and full day mediation of $750.00 per party.
Houston, Texas, February 11, 1969