Irving & Dallas County Family Law Lawyer

Family Law | Divorce | Child Custody

The Law Office of Len Conner focuses on comprehensive divorce and family law representation. Len has spent his entire legal career on family law matters, taking an approach to identify and implement the best solutions for his clients. Our office partners with a wide range of professionals, including psychologists, social workers, financial advisors, private investigators and tax professionals, to help you get the outcome you want. Though Len has extensive family law litigation experience, he will also help you use other means, including negotiated settlements, mediation and a collaborative divorce process, to settle your differences. To set up a confidential meeting with Len, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 972-445-1500. Our office is located in Irving but we represent clients in all surrounding cities and counties. We are here for you.

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Len M. Conner, J.D., M.B.A., B.B.A

Len attended Texas Wesleyan University School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor degree.

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    The Law Office of Len Conner Serves the Cities of:

    • Irving
    • Dallas
    • Cedar Hill
    • Mesquite
    • Garland
    • Grand Prairie
    • Las Colinas
    • Richardson
    • Plano
    • Highland Park
    • Arlington
    • Hurst
    • Euless
    • Bedford
    • Southlake
    • Grapevine
    • Colleyville
    • Lewisville
    • Denton
    • The Colony
    • Coppell
    • Flower Mound
    • Corinth
    • Argyle
    • Fort Worth
    • Frisco
    • Sachse
    • McKinney
    • Park Cities
    • Duncanville
    • Desoto
    • Dallas County
    • Tarrant County
    • Denton County
    • Collin County
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    Len Conner & Associates

    600 John Carpenter Freeway,
    Ste 238
    Irving, Texas 75062

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    Phone: 972-445-1500

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