Christine Qualls has been representing clients throughout North Texas since 2003. Christine's legal practice is devoted to family law, guardianship, probate, and estate planning, with a focus on divorce, child custody matters, terminations and adoptions, family law and guardianship matters involving children or adults with special needs. Christine is committed to providing clients with strong advocacy, while also providing a clear and honest evaluation of the facts and legal options to assist clients through the difficult litigation process.
Prior to attending law school, Christine was employed as a police officer with the Dallas Police Department. Christine is also a mother of an adult child with special needs and knows personally how a child with special needs can put a strain on a marriage and can contribute to special issues when going through the divorce process or when modifying a prior order. Christine is able to use this experience and knowledge gained to guide and represent her clients in their legal matters.
Christine is active in the legal community and maintains memberships in the Family Law Section, Technology Section, Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas, as well as local bar associations. Christine is dedicated to excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills, and is a member of the Curt B. Henderson American Inn of Court in Collin County and the Texas Bar Foundation as a Life Fellow.
Christine has also been active in Special Olympics in the Collin County area.