Why Choose a Board Certified Houston Juvenile Lawyer to Represent Your Child?


Board Certification indicates excellence and is a signature accomplishment.

Within the Texas legal community, Board Certification means an attorney has substantial and dedicated experience in a select field of law as well as tested, and demonstrated, competence in that area of law.

A Distinguished Few

There are more than 85,000 active attorneys licensed to practice in Texas.  Only 7,000 are Board Certified and only 38 are Board Certified in Juvenile Law and in private practice.

 "As an attorney myself, when concerns arose over an incident involving my son, I knew the extreme importance of finding an attorney who is Board Certified in juvenile law. Board Certified lawyers are highly specialized - enough that the State recognizes them for their expertise. My search led me to Jim Sullivan and I cannot thank him enough. He is extremely well-versed in this highly specialized area of law, kind, compassionate and non-judgmental. He spent a great deal of time understanding the incident involving my son and providing us guidance. Thankfully, it appears that this will turn out to only be a "learning opportunity" for my son but, I have Jim's number in my phone and will call him immediately if the need arises."  ~Concerned Mom (Yahoo Directory Review)
Board Certified lawyers are specialists in a select area of the law and earn the right to publicly represent themselves as specialists.  In fact, they are the only attorneys allowed to do so by the State Bar of Texas.  This designation  as being Board Certified sets them apart as being an attorney with the highest public commitment to excellence in their area of law.  Is your child’s attorney board certified?  If not, why not?  Doesn’t he or she deserve a board certified lawyer to represent him or her?

If you want a Board Certified Juvenile Lawyer to represent your child, call Houston Juvenile Lawyer Jim Sullivan right now at 281-546-6428.  He represents adults and juveniles throughout the state of Texas.