Meet Emily T. Ross - Divorce Lawyer Magnolia TX

Dedicated – Practical – Effective
Born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Tampa, Florida, Emily attended Florida State University, where she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in criminology and psychology.  Thereafter, Emily moved to Texas to attend Baylor Law School and has called Texas home ever since. Before opening her divorce and family law practice in Magnolia, TX, Emily litigated personal injury and insurance cases in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and gained significant experience representing clients through trial and obtaining favorable verdicts.

Emily has successfully represented clients involved in all types of family law cases, including but not limited to those involving issues related to divorce, child custody, child support, termination of parental rights, and property division and disputes. She has represented parents and children in cases involving CPS and has served has as an Amicus Attorney in custody disputes assisting the Court in determining the best interests of the children.

Whether it is an uncontested divorce or a complex child custody matter, Emily brings the experience, practical knowledge, and sound judgment necessary to resolve every case with the efficiency, determination, and compassion each client deserves.

Emily is married with a toddler and enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling to new places. An avid reader, her son’s book collection has encouraged her to rediscover her love for Dr. Seuss.

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Reported Opinions and Professional Activities

Appellate counsel, In the Interest of N.W., No. 02-12-00057-CV, 2013 Tex. App. LEXIS 11862; 2013 WL 5302716 (Tex. App.—Fort Worth, Sept. 19, 2013, no pet.).

Co-Author and Co-Presenter, Lo-Tech, Hi-Tech & Beyond: Using Technology to Effectively Present Your Case, Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law American Inn of Court (March 2017)

Author, Temporary Orders in a Divorce and SAPCR: Preparing Pleadings and Assisting with Motion Practice, prepared for Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals (January 2016) Click Here for Article

Co-Author, Iffy Inventories: Ethical Dilemmas with Inventories, Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law American Inn of Court (January 2015)

Co-Author and Co-Presenter, After DOMA: A Look Ahead for Texas, Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law American Inn of Court (February 2014).

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Baylor Law School

Graduated with a juris doctorate degree.

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Florida State University

B.S. Criminology and Psychology, magna cum laude.