Issue: No. 62                                                                                 April 6, 2015
I have published a legal directory for Galveston County/Clear Lake since 1996 and I have published a Harris County Family Law Directory twice.  I need to refresh and publish both directories and so I need to update your information.  Click here to download in PDF my most recent directories.

The 2013 Harris County Family Law Directory listed over 1,100 attorneys and provided information on custody evaluators, process servers, real estate appraisers, parenting coordinators, parenting classes, etc.

Lawyers change firms, get married and change names, move offices, retire and die.  Every year, a bunch of new attorneys join our ranks.  Not even the State Bar can keep up with all of these changes.

Your listing in my directory is free and it will be available in print and on-line.  I can assure you that judges, clerks and court coordinators will have a copy.

Here is what I ask you to do:

1.  Please forward this e-mail to all of the attorneys in your firm, your building and on your e-mail list.  We all benefit if everyone is listed in these directories.

2.  Please e-mail me the following information on you to  You can click here to download a form that you can fill out and fax or scan and e-mail.  You can cut and paste the following and put it into an e-mail to me at



Mailing Address:

Street Address (if different):

Bar No.:

Phone: (_______)_____________________________

Fax: (_______)______________________

E-mail Address (please type or print very nearly):

Web Site:

Check one or both to be listed in: 
___Harris County Family Law Directory
___Galveston County/Clear Lake Legal Directory

Are you Board Certified in Family Law? __No  __Yes

Please send the above information to me at

3.  Please recommend the best professionals who work with our clients and family law firms.  My Harris County Family Law Directory will include court charts, therapists/counselors, mediators, investigators, process servers, real estate and business appraisers parenting coordinators and facilitators, drug testing facilities, computer experts and translators.  Please send me the name and contact information for any of these professionals that you would recommend.  Click here to download a form you can use to recommend professionals for the directory.  This will result in a very useful resource for attorneys and courts if everyone sends in the best counselors, real estate appraisers, investigators, etc.

I do not expect to win every case.  I just want an efficient system in which my client gets a fair hearing before a judge who works hard, knows the law, and does not play favorites.  I also expect judges to appoint qualified amicus attorneys who zealously look after children (and actually visit the kids in their homes).   Is that asking too much?  Stay tuned.


Greg Enos
The Enos Law Firm     
 The Enos Law Firm
  17207 Feather Craft Lane, Webster, Texas 77598
  (281) 333-3030    Fax: (281) 488-7775
Web site:

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Wisdom From the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct
We are lucky to have many good, honest, hard working judges who care deeply about their jobs and who live up to these precepts every day.

The Preamble to the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct states:

...judges, individually and collectively, must respect and honor the judicial office as a public trust and strive to enhance and maintain confidence in our legal system.

The Code of Judicial Conduct also states:

Canon 1: Upholding the Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary

An independent and honorable judiciary is indispensable to justice in our society. A judge should participate in establishing, maintaining and enforcing high standards of conduct, and should personally observe those standards so that the integrity and independence of the judiciary is preserved.

Canon 2: Avoiding Impropriety and the Appearance of Impropriety in All of the Judge's Activities

A. A judge shall comply with the law and should act at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary.

B. A judge shall not allow any relationship to influence judicial conduct or judgment....  
Useful Attorney Links...
Harris County Vacation Request Form
HBA Family Section Summary of Harris County Family Court Procedures

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Attorney Greg Enos has been through his own divorce and  child custody battle (he won) and understands  what his clients are going through.  Enos  graduated from the University of Texas Law  School and was a successful personal injury  attorney in Texas City be fore he decided his true  calling was to help families in divorce and child  custody cases. Greg Enos is active in politics and in Clear Lake area charities.  He has served as President of the Bay Area Bar Association and President of the Board of  Interfaith Caring Ministries.  The Enos Law Firm serves clients in Galveston County and Harris County, Texas.  

Greg Enos

Board Certified in Family Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization

The Enos Law Firm