Paige Lyons is an associate attorney at Lovelace Law, P.C. practicing primarily family law. Paige has a passion for helping people through difficult times in their lives, and loves being able to do that through her practice.
Paige grew up in Tarrant county, then went on to receive her undergraduate degree from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. before returning to Texas for law school. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas Tech School of Law in 2019 where she served as the Vice President and Treasurer of the Family Law Society, and received numerous awards for her academic achievements. Paige was a staff member and comment editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, receiving the M. Penn Legal Writing Award for her article on parental rights published in the Law Review. She also enjoyed working in the Texas Tech Family Law and Housing Clinic in her final year of law school where she represented low income clients in divorce, child custody, and adoption cases.
During law school, in addition to her time clerking in family law firms and the family division of Legal Aid in Fort Worth, Paige had the opportunity to volunteer as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, representing the interests of children involved in CPS cases in Lubbock county. These experiences solidified Paige’s dedication to family law.
Paige is a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association, Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association, Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, and the Johnson County Bar Association.
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