...same-sex couples. Katine, a partner in Houston's Katine & Nechman, had made a similar trip 10 years earlier, as part of...
...the first time I wasn't real proud." Katine & Nechman partner Mitch Katine of Houston says he presented the proposal for...
With most litigation, the interests of several individuals, a corporation or a class of plaintiffs hang in the balance. But occasionally society's most significant struggles also play out before judg
J.B., a Dallas man seeking to divorce his same-sex partner in Texas, and his attorney could not be more pleased about the order of 302nd District Judge Tena Callahan (pictured) in which she found her
The divorce petition Peter Schulte filed in a Dallas County family court on Jan. 21 would be a simple, no-fault proceeding, but for the fact that his client wants to end his marriage to a person of t
...Like any proud parent, Mitchell Katine likes to show off his family, as evidenced by the photo he...
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