Cindy Cameron knows what divorce does to children and families.
She uses her childhood experiences, along with skill and a commitment to excellence to create positive outcomes for her clients.
Cynthia T. Cameron was licensed to practice law in November, 1991, and has practiced family law in the State of Texas since that date. Cindy is a seasoned divorce litigator and a trained mediator. She has a successful family law practice in Houston, Texas where she helps her clients seeking support on a full range of family law and divorce related issues including:
Personal compassionate attention for all types of divorce cases.
Negotiating a fair and reasonable divorce agreement for you.
Establishing the financial and property rights of each spouse.
Protecting the rights and best interest of your children.
Establishing rights or defending against false allegations.
Negotiating fair and reasonable property settlements.
Providing the resources for your children to grow and thrive.
Advocating to expand your family with minimal complications.
Spousal support and maintenance during and after divorce.
Cindy graduated from South Texas College of Law with a Juris Doctorate of Law. She attended college at Sam Houston State University where she received a Bachelor of Business Administration, graduating Magna Cum Laude. A skilled family law attorney and mediator, she completed the 40 hour mediation training program at the A. A. White Dispute Resolution Institute in 1995, and regularly mediates family law and divorce cases as part of her practice.
A native Houstonian, Cindy is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of Texas and a member of the Houston Bar Association, Family Law section. She has also been named a Texas Monthly Rising Star. Her family law practice is centrally located in the Upper Kirby District of Houston.
In addition to her Family Law practice, Cindy represents individuals who are involuntarily placed in mental health facilities. This representation encompasses visiting these individuals in the mental health facilities, talking to them by phone, and appearing for them and/or with them at hearings when necessary.