Short Law Firm, PC

1400 Preston RoadSuite 400Bank of America Building, Preston Pointe CentrePlano, TX 75093

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Updated: 11/17/2017

Overview

Short Law Firm, PC is a Texas Divorce and Family Law Firm, providing aggressive, thorough, competent, responsive, and practical legal services while maintaining sensitivity to the children and emotional and financial issues of each case. Short Law Firm, PC is a divorce and family law firm dedicated to excellence in all divorce and family law matters.

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Adoptions   Adults   Children   Grandparents   Step-parents...

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Previous Law Firm Name

  • Kovac, Puhl & Short, L.L.P., May 1, 1996

Litigation

  • 50%

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1400 Preston RoadSuite 400Bank of America Building, Preston Pointe CentrePlano, TX 75093

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  • 972-964-9965

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