Beau Sinclair founded the Sinclair Law Office, PC in July of 2001. His desire was to build a legal practice that could offer the efficiency and expertise of a large firm while maintaining the intimacy of a small practice. Sinclair Law Office, PC now has seven employees that share the philosophy of client-focused legal services.
Before becoming an attorney, Beau worked for IBM as a marketing analyst, manager, and eventually, executive. It was in these positions Beau first discovered and developed a skill for analysis, mediation and negotiation that has proven very useful in his work in private practice.
Beau received his undergraduate degree in Organizational Behavior from Concordia College in St. Paul, Minnesota, and went on to acquire his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas. In 2000, Beau earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now known as Texas A&M University School of Law), graduating first in his class and demonstrating the work ethic that would come to define Sinclair Law Office, PC.
Beau is Board Certified in Family Law through the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Beau is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Smith County Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas Family Section, and the Family Law Section of the Smith County Bar Association. Beau has been the Chair of the Family Law Section of the Smith County Bar Association.
While in law school Kristen worked in the Family Law Clinic at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law).. During her time in the clinic she was confronted with the reality of the makeup of the modern family. She encountered everything from grandparents raising their grandchildren to unmarried parents with custody and child support issues. Having grown up during the era in which the nuclear family of the past began morphing into something that looked quite different, Kristen found herself drawn to the area of family law. She saw the challenges faced by modern families as they strive to actually live day-to-day with a court-ordered visitation schedule, or how difficult it can be to support children in two households. Kristen saw the importance of helping modern families develop custody plans that work in real life. She strives to develop unique and truly workable solutions for each individual family.
Kristen received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2009, Kristen earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law).
Kristen is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Smith County Bar Association, the Women’s Section of the Smith County Bar Association, and the Smith County Young Lawyers Association.
When a legal matter affects someone’s family, the result is often emotional, confusing and complicated. Because of that, Christina joined the Sinclair Law Office, PC in 2010 knowing that she wanted to focus her career on helping people work through legal matters affecting their families. Christina has found that oftentimes a person just wants to be heard and she strives to be that person’s voice in the proceedings.
Prior to attending law school, Christina lived in France and worked as a piano teacher. Having immersed herself in European culture, she really began to understand how vastly different the family unit and the problems a family faces can be. Christina returned to the United States and earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law). While there, she worked for the law school’s Family Law Clinic and several family law firms in the Fort Worth area that solidified her commitment to aiding all different types of families and the varying legal matters they encounter. Christina is also a proud Horned Frog, having earned her Bachelor’s degree in English and Political Science from Texas Christian University.
Christina is an alumna of Leadership Tyler Class 27, a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Smith County Bar Association, the Women’s Section of the Smith County Bar Association, the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, the Family Law Section of the Smith County Bar Association, and the Smith County Young Lawyers Association.
Experienced in Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Modifications, Wills/Probate, and Criminal Law
There’s more to family law than the technical aspect; there’s also the emotional involvement. As a parent, Brian understands the challenges involved in custody disputes and other family law matters. His experience allows him to comprehend the struggles that his clients are enduring. He makes every effort to find solutions for his clients that work in the real world.
Brian attended and graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2008 and received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship.
Brian worked as an oil and gas accountant in Oklahoma City until he decided to go to law school in 2010. While attending Oklahoma City University School of Law, Brian worked in the following areas of law: personal injury law, oil and gas law, and family law. He graduated from law school in 2013 and is a licensed attorney in Texas. Brian interned with Sinclair Law Office, PC on multiple occasions, which fed his interest in family law and eventually led him to become a full-time employee. Brian believes his experiences and education provide him with an ability to problem solve and create resolutions specifically tailored to the individual client.
Brian’s current areas of practice include family law, criminal law, as well as wills, trusts and probate law. Brian finds these areas particularly rewarding as he can utilize his knowledge and skill to create the best outcome for the client.