Bob Kalish, Founding Partner
Robert “Bob” Kalish grew up on Long Island, New York. He holds a Bachelors Degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Geneseo (SUNY) and a Masters Degree in Psychology from UNT (University of North Texas) at Denton. Prior to attending law school, Bob was a psychologist and worked as the director of a program for children and adults with disabilities.
In 1983, Bob graduated from South Texas College of Law in Houston. He founded the Kalish Law Firm in The Woodlands, Texas in 1984. His goal was to provide legal services to families and businesses in a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. Over thirty years later, Kalish Law Office has grown into a diverse firm and is meeting that goal.
Bob provides services for clients in the areas of family law, complex divorce and assets division, gestational surrogacy agreements, estate planning, business law, business plans, and real estate law. Bob has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 1984 and is also admitted to the Federal Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Bob believes that in this economy, it is not only important to deal with immediate needs, it is also essential to plan for the future. Bob and his team of attorneys and staff are prepared to assist individuals, families, and businesses and with a variety of plans to protect, manage and organize assets in order to have peace of mind for the future.
Bob was selected as one of “Houston’s Top Lawyers” in 2015, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007; and “Texas Top Family Lawyers,” 2006 by H Texas Magazine.
Bob is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association and the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Bob has lived in Texas since 1981 and enjoys a good karaoke competition and spending time with his family.
Bob says, “Collaborative law is an important tool and can be used very effectively to help the parties craft a solution in the most cost-efficient, respectful, and least emotionally damaging way possible. The experience that I have had in both psychology and law leads me to believe that collaborative law is an important and fast-growing area of legal practice.”
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