Fall 2011 Newsletter
Albin Yates Balius Roac
Curtis Harrison a Four-time Texas Super Lawyer
It’s not easy to be named a Texas Super Lawyer – no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected each year – but this year’s Texas Super Lawyers list once again includes the name ” Curtis Harrison.” The list names outstanding lawyers that have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
“I am honored and will continue to help couples divorce with dignity, and manage issues of separation, child custody, visitation, and mediation with care,” Curtis said. “My goal is to minimize the pain caused to children and their families during the divorce process.” Curtis is a strong proponent of collaborative law, a method that enables families to resolve their disputes in a private setting, with dignity, and without court intervention.
Tips for Safe Trick or Treating
1. Parents: Accompany your children.
2. Do not take shortcuts through alleys or parks.
3. Older children should go in groups, not alone. There is safety in numbers.
4. Never enter anyone’s home. Go no further than the front porch.
5. Do not accept rides from strangers.
6. Parents: Inspect all treats before you allow your children to eat them.
Featured Articles from the Fall Issue:
What Do “Standing Orders” Stand For?
by Curtis Harrison
If You Love Your Children, Teach Them the Law
by Manuel Gonzalez
Paternity Fraud: How Tricked “Fathers” can Escape Being Haunted by False Paternity Adjudications from the Past
by Monica Peters