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John Smotherman

     John graduated from Baylor University in 1989 with an undergraduate degree in Management and Real Estate. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Baylor School of Law in February of 1990. His legal practice has been heavily focused on family litigation. As a father and divorcee, John has the professional and personal perspective to understand the challenges and rigors of divorce.

     While attending Baylor, John served as the Youth Minister for the First United Methodist Church of Meridian. During his legal career, while handling numerous family law matters from simple agreed divorces to complex custody litigation, John also served as a Mediator, a Court appointed Attorney Ad Litem/Amicus Attorney for children, and as a visiting Associate Judge for the 254th Judicial District Court in Dallas County. John has also served as Adjunct Professor Of Government at Tarrant County College.

     In his spare time John has been a supporter of and active participant in the consciousness movement. He authored the book The Consciousness Paradigm and speaks on the benefits, both individually and to society, of raising consciousness.

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Sarah E. Robbins

     Sarah joined The Smotherman Law Firm in August of 2013. Sarah is originally from Longmont, Colorado. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs before attending Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, graduating with her Juris Doctorate in May 2013.

     While in law school, Sarah was inducted in to the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society and served for two years as the president of the Family Law Student Association. During her term as president, Sarah oversaw organization of the school's Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Luncheon and the First Annual Texas Wesleyan School of Law Angel Tree, benefitting the children of Safe Haven of Tarrant County. Sarah also volunteered with Presenting Legal Activities to Youth (P.L.A.Y.), a student organization focused on providing underpriviliged youth with law-based activities. As a volunteer with P.L.A.Y., Sarah participated in two career day events at a Fort Worth elementary school and the annual Elementary Mock Trial Competition.

     Sarah volunteers her time at Fathers For Equal Rights in Fort Worth and Dallas. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking, and reading true crime novels.

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