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In addition to being a part of our community for over 25 years, Chad Zubi treats each case as his own and has achieves positive results.
Texas attorney Chad Zubi
Attorney Chad Zubi wants to solve your legal problem and get you back to normal. We offer free consultations because hiring a good attorney is one of the most important decisions you can make. Chad Zubi | Houston Divorce, Family, and Criminal Defense Attorney
Chad Zubi is a Houston divorce, family, and criminal defense attorney representing clients in contested and uncontested divorces, child custody cases, Texas Child Protective Services cases, and many other matters including all types of felonies and misdemeanors.
Chad Zubi is native of Henderson, Kentucky, Chad grew up in the Houston area and enrolled in law school after deciding to leave his first career in primary education. He represents clients in all family-related legal matters, and criminal matters with a particular emphasis on, divorce mediation and litigation, post-divorce enforcement, and matters involving Texas Child Protective Services (CPS), and all types of criminal defense of felony crimes, and misdemeanors. In the area of divorce representation, Chad’s experience ranges from protecting the interests of high-net-worth spouses in contentious litigation and settlement negotiations to helping parents and other clients efficiently resolve amicable and uncontested divorces. He advises his clients regarding all aspects of the divorce process, from property and financial support-related considerations to the establishment and protection of parental rights. Chad also represents former spouses in post-divorce matters, including enforcement and modification of child custody, child support and alimony orders. Outside of the divorce context, Chad’s practice includes everything from preparing prenuptial agreements and guiding prospective parents through the adoption process to representing clients in CPS cases and custody disputes involving non-married parents. He regularly represents clients in informal settlement negotiations, court-ordered mediation and litigation in family court. Chad also serves as an advisor to individuals who have questions about their legal options or their rights under Texas law.
In the Criminal defense context, Chad handles all types of felonies and misdemeanors and works zealously to minimize the consequences of a criminal charge or obtain a dismissal. He takes pride in providing his clients with a nonjudgmental and comfortable atmosphere where the client and attorney work together as a team to obtain the best result possible.
As a Houston lawyer, Chad prioritizes working closely with his clients one-on-one to develop case strategies that are designed to achieve their unique goals as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. He helps his clients explore all potential options so that they can make informed decisions with their long-term best interests in mind. While he seeks to secure amicable resolutions whenever possible, Chad is also not hesitant to fight for his clients’ legal rights in court. Practice Areas
Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law, J.D., 2017, Magna Cum Laude
Lone Star College, Teacher Certification, 2005
Lone Star College, A.A.S, Legal Assistant/Paralegal, 2005
University of Houston, Downtown, B.S., 2005
Represented spouse in high-conflict divorce litigation involving heated custody dispute and characterization of substantial community and separate assets.
Represented parent in child support dispute resulting in award of zero dollars in child support and erasure of child support arrears.
Represented numerous parents in matters involving Texas Child Protective Services (CPS) where it was necessary to go to court in order to restore custody.
Represented numerous clients in the enforcement of divorce decrees and in challenging former spouses’ efforts to enforce divorce decrees with regard to custody, visitation and financial support rights.
Represented numerous clients in divorce and other family law mediation proceedings resulting in confidential out-of-court settlements.
Zealously advocated in high consequence criminal action with punishment of up to life imprisonment.
Office information Address 7702 FM 1960 Rd E Suite 212 Humble, TX 77346 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 832-777-8924 Office hours Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm Evenings and weekends by appointment