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Lynette Boggs Perez
Lynette Boggs-Perez is an attorney and mediator representing individuals and facilitating settlements in family, child custody, child welfare and juvenile justice cases in eight counties throughout south Texas, including Bexar County. Before her life as a lawyer, Attorney Boggs worked in both city and county government in Las Vegas, Nevada for 15 years. She is a former Assistant City Manager for the City of Las Vegas. In 1999, she became the first woman elected to lead a City Council ward in the history of that city. She is also a former Clark County Commissioner. President George W. Bush appointed her as one of his six citizen trustees of the United States Naval Academy to alongside 12 members of Congress. She is a past board member of the Miss America Organization.

5 Mistakes to Avoid During Child Custody Proceedings

Needless to say, getting a divorce is a challenging task, but sometimes getting child custody is even more challenging. Due to stress, pressure, and fear of losing a child makes the process more stressful. And this is where most people...

4 Things to Know About Child Custody Cases

Going through a divorce is definitely a challenging task, but the big challenge is often the battle over the custody of children.  In most cases, both parents are named joint managing conservators of the child or children.  The battle, however,...

5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Divorce Attorney to Win

Needless to say, filing for a divorce, is the expensive proves and sometimes can get out of control. This is the reason most people prefer to handle their divorce on their own. However, it is not as easy it as...

3 Tips To Make Communication Better During A Divorce

Divorce is never a simple thing to experience and the stress and emotional trauma are only possibly intensified when the communication between the couple is either nonexistent or unfriendly. Although having open communication during a divorce may appear to be...

Is Mediation a Best Option to Resolve a Divorce?

Do you know why the number of broken marriages is increasing rapidly? Because relationships are getting harder now. And according to almost every broken couple,  a divorce is an easy option. In the end, everyone deserves a peaceful life. After...

Baby Moses Law of Texas

Last week I had an opportunity to speak on a panel of the Christian Chamber of Commerce of San Antonio on the topic of adoption.  One of the topics I had the opportunity to speak on was the Baby Moses Law of...