Chris Meuse is a skilled litigation and collaborative family law attorney who has extensive experience handling custody and divorce suits, involving estates of all sizes. Chris’ approach is to know each of his cases well enough to try, while working to reach agreements between the parties.
“What I enjoy most about family law is that you have to continually work on creative solutions for each family you’re helping. No two family law cases are alike, and laws have to be uniquely applied. I enjoy strongly advocating for my clients and taking the route that best meets their needs, so they can have the best possible outcome.”
Chris Meuse was born in Toledo, OH and graduated from Southlake Carroll High School in Southlake, TX. Chris graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor of arts in political science and a minor in Spanish. He has participated heavily in Habitat for Humanity and worked on two separate U.S. Congressional campaigns; one Oklahoma gubernatorial campaign; and an Oklahoma City mayoral campaign before attending law school. Chris graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he was Top 20% in his class and received multiple dean’s list awards.
- Speaker, “Metadata, The Cloud and Identity Theft.” Presentation at the North Texas Planning Council, April 17, 2019.
- Speaker, State Bar of Texas’s Asian Pacific Interest Section’s 24th Annual Conference, April 25, 2019.
- Speaker, “What to Plead, When to Plead, and Extraordinary Relief.” Presentation at the Family Law Essentials Seminar, May 3, 2019.
- University of Oklahoma, J.D. (2007-2010)
- University of Oklahoma, B.A. in Political Science and Spanish (2003-2007)
- Licensed by Supreme Court of the State of Texas
- State Bar of Texas
- Collin County Bar Association
- Dallas Bar Association
- Member of Annette Stewart Inn of Court
- Collin County Young Lawyers Association – Vice President
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Collaborative Law Professionals of North Texas
- State Bar of Texas
- Legal Services to the Poor in Civil Matters, Committee Advisory Member (2018-2019)