150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Keith D. Maples

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Contact Information

901 S. Mopac Expressway
Barton Oaks Plaza II, Suite 200
Austin TX 78746
Work (512) 480-9777
Fax (512) 480-0074


Practice State

Texas

Emphasis

Traditional Family Law Representation and Litigation with an emphasis on Special Needs Children and Large Estate Issues

Mediation of Family Law Matters

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Counties

  • Travis, Texas

Legal Organizations

State Bar of Texas Family Law Section-Checklist Committee, 1998-99; Travis County Bar Association-Family Law Section-Director, 1998-2002; Treasurer, 1999-200; Vice-Chairman, 2000-01; and Chairman 2001-02; Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists; Travis County Family Law Adovactes-Treasurer, 2003-12.

Awards

SuperLawyer-Family Law 2011-Present; Top 50 Attorneys in Central and West Texas, Texas Monthly - 2013; Board Certified Family Law-Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1997.

CLE Presentations

Mediation, Negotiation, Arbitration, and Collaborative Law Training: "learn from the Masters"-Basic Mediation Training Seminar 2002; "Chip Rose Basic Collaborative Law Training Seminar"-2004; Collaborative Law Institute of Texas-Spring Retreat 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008; "Advanced Family Law Training"-Pepperdine Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution-2007; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Arbitration Training Institute-2012; "Negotiation Institute"-Harvard Law School-2012.

Author

Co-author, "Valuation: How much is that Double-wide Worth?" Advanced Family Law Course, August 1998; Co-author, "Expect the Unexpected," Winning Techniques in Family Law Litigation, December 1998; Author, "Confidentiality Issues in CPS Cases," Advanced Famil Law Course, August 2005; Author, Lead from Behind, The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, 4th Annual Collaborative Law Spring Retreat, March 2007; Author, How to Balance Litigation, Collaborative Law and Mediation for Those that Do It All, 5th Annual Collaborative Spring Retreat, February 2008; Co-Author, Property Issues and Closing the Case, Divorce Basics Seminar, December 2008-2012; Author, The Role of Mediation in Difficult Collaborative Cases, Roadmaps Collaborative Institute of Texas 2009; Co-Author, Child Support for Children with Disabilities, Advanced Family Law Course, August,2010; Author, Issues for the Disable or Special Needs Child, Advance Family Law Course, August 2011; Author, The Inherited collaborative Case, Advanced family Law Course, August,2011; Author, Special Needs Children's Issues, Marriage Dissolution Institute, April 2012; Co-Author, Cases with Special Needs Children, Advanced Family Law Course, August 2012; Co-Author, We Can Work It Out: What Needs to Be Considered in Family Law and Guardianship Cases When a Special needs Child is Aging Out, 14th Annual Estate Planning, Guardianship and Elder Law Conference, August 2012.

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