Sherri Evans

Sherri Evans

KoonsFuller Houston

Profile

Education

Tulane Law School

Admitted to Practice

1993

Legal Organizations

  • Fellow, International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  • Fellow
  • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  •  Administrative Chair, Family Law Trial Institute
  •  Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation
  •  Chair, State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section
  •  Board Member, Texas Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  •  Texas Family Law Foundation
  • Past President, Gulf Coast Family Law Specialists
  • Houston Bar Association, Family Law Section.

CLE Presentations

  • My Case Doesn’t Fit Your Guidelines, Innovations: Breaking Boundaries in Custody Litigation, University of Texas Law School, 2013
  • The Reconstituted Estate, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2012
  • Valuing the Reconstituted Estate, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2012
  • 27th Annual Trial Institute, Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, 2012
  • More than Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll, Innovations: Breaking Boundaries in Custody Litigation, University of Texas Law School, 2012
  • Business Entities, Advance Family Law Drafting Course, State Bar of Texas, 2011
  • Social Media and Family Law, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2011
  • How to Cross Examine a Valuation Expert, Family Law on the Front Lines, University of Texas Law School, 2011
  • Legislative Update, 11th Biennial Family Law Legislative Update, University of Texas Law School, 2011
  • Expert Witnesses: Pitfalls and Warnings Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2010
  • Business Entities from a Family Law Perspective, Family Law on the Front Lines, University of Texas Law School, 2010
  • Top Ten Tips for Settling or Negotiating Conservatorship Disputes, State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting, 2010
  • Family Law Red Flags in the Electronic Age, AAML Mid-Year Meeting, 2010
  • Pleadings, Ultimate Trial Notebook, State Bar of Texas, 2009
  • Advanced Business Valuation, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2009
  • Legislative Update, 10th Biennial Family Law Legislative Update, University of Texas Law School, 2009
  • Business Valuation, and then some, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2009
  • Common Evidentiary Problems in Family Law, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2007
  • Securing and Enforcing the Property Award, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2006
  • Use of Forensic Accountants in Divorce, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2006
  • Discovery in Family Law Cases, How to Practice Family Law in Texas, Half Moon Seminars, 2004
  • Various Articles, Checklist Manual, Second Edition, State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section, 2003
  • Gathering, Organizing and Using Financial Information in Complex Property Cases, Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals. Half Moon Seminars, 2003
  • Tracing, Expert Witness Manual, State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section, 2002
  • Identifying Marital Property Issues Upon Divorce, Family Law of the Front Lines, University of Texas Law School, 2002
  • Predicates, Presumptions, and Privileges, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2001
  • Taxation of Stock Options, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2001
  • Organizing the Trial Notebook, Ultimate Trial Notebook, State Bar of Texas, 2000
  • Trying the Complex Property Case, Family Law Practice Seminar, University of Houston Law Foundation, 2000, 2001, 2003
  • Securing and Enforcing the Property Award, Advanced Family Law Seminar, State Bar of Texas, 2000
  • Ethical Considerations, Marriage Dissolution Institute, State Bar of Texas, 2000
  • Property Forms You Never Knew Were in the Family Law Practice Manual, Advance Family Law Drafting Course, State Bar of Texas, 1999
  • Retracing: Conflicting Rules of Tracing, New Frontiers in Marital Property, State Bar of Texas, 1999
  • Child Support: How to Establish it, Withhold it, and Draft Decrees so That it Will be Enforceable, Family Law Seminar,Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program, 1999
  • Bankruptcy and Divorce Revisited, Texas Marital Property Institute, University of Texas School of Law, 1997

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