Paul N. Youngblood, Esq.

Senior Attorney of Youngblood Law

Paul N. Youngblood is the founder, Chief Executive Officer, and senior partner of Youngblood Law, PLLC. Paul’s vision and drive to find better ways to divorce inspires our team to continuously improve our processes for the benefit of all clients.

Paul’s dynamic presence makes him a forceful courtroom advocate when necessary. As a combat veteran, Paul is always willing and ready to fight for clients in the courtroom. Paul does not shy away from complex cases or difficult facts. This trait has earned Paul the respect of the local attorneys, who frequently refer these cases to Paul.

Paul is also a skilled negotiator. With extensive experience in negotiating comprehensive settlement agreements as well as in mediation and arbitration, Paul often helps our clients reach an accord through the use of these alternative dispute resolution methods.

Paul’s successes on behalf of our clients as well as the ethical way in which he approaches what are often emotional and stressful cases have earned him the respect of his colleagues, as evidenced by his receipt of a “Superb” peer review rating through Avvo. In addition, he has been included on several occasions in Fort Worth Magazine’s annual “Top Attorneys” list and been named as a Rising Star.

Paul is married to the CFO and practicing attorney, Holly Youngblood. Paul and Holly have been happily married for sixteen years and have two children. Having both experienced failed marriages in the past and knowing the challenges of blended families firsthand, Paul and Holly put their personal experiences with divorce and rebuilding a better life to use in working with our clients.

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