HOLLY FRIEDMAN BIEDERMAN

HOLLY FRIEDMAN BIEDERMAN

Holly Friedman Biederman is a highly skilled and experienced attorney. Her primary practice is Family Law, which includes divorce, custody & visitation, child support, property valuation and division, modification, adoption, mediation & collaborative law, and marital property agreements.  Holly’s keen insight and professionalism provides her the ability to understand what the clients need, determine the best approach to meet those needs, and facilitate an outcome that is ultimately successful. She understands the complexities of family dynamics and the emotions that are involved when your family issue becomes a legal issue. 


Education

South Texas College of Law, J.D.

University of Texas at Arlington, Master of Science in Social Work

University of North Texas, B.S., Social Work


Awards and Recognition

Selected to the Texas Super Lawyers list, Thomson Reuters, 2018 – 2020

Selected to the Texas Rising Star list, Thomson Reuters, 2012 – 2016

AVVO rating 10.0 (SUPERB)

Outstanding Attorney Under 40, 2012


Professional Associations

Dallas Bar Association, Family Law Section

      -Immediate Past President, Current 

      -President,  2019

      -Vice President, 2018

      -Treasurer, 2017

      -Secretary, 2016

      -Board Member, 2012-Present

Collin County Bar Association, Family Law Section

      -President, Current 

Texas Family Law Foundation

      -Member, 2011–present

 Annette Stewart American Inn of Court

       -Member, 2010–present

State Bar of Texas

       -Member, 2006–present

United States Supreme Court Bar

       -Admitted, 2014


Publication/Speaking Events:  

New Trend in Divorce: Alleging Fault and No-Fault. Texas Lawyer Magazine, 2014

Paternity Fraud in   Texas, Headnotes (Dallas Bar), 2011

Are You My Daddy, and   Related Issues, CLE, 2011

Paternity Fraud,   Family Law on the Front Lines, CLE, 2011

Family Law   Legislative Update, Family Law Legislative Update, CLE 2011


Kelly Schurr - Of Counsel

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