Chris Harding

Chris Harding
Dallas, Texas
Associate Attorney
Phone: (214) 520-7494
Fax: (214) 528-6925

Chris believes one of the most important aspects of family law is seeing the ‘big picture.’ This means understanding the law, the facts of a case and the range of possible outcomes. Only after knowing each of those can an attorney convey the risks and potential results and guide someone to make the right decision for their case, their life and their family. He understands every person and every case is unique. Chris will advocate for the very best possible result in your case.

He has worked on a variety of family law cases, including tracing of assets, property division of estates worth millions of dollars, international and interstate child custody issues, enforcement actions as well as pre-marital and post-marital agreements. He enjoys being in the courtroom and advocating for his clients.

Chris is a native Texan, growing up in the Houston area and completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas, then law school at Southern Methodist University – Dedman School of Law. He currently lives in Grapevine, Texas, with his wife, Alicia, and two girls. Chris enjoys time with his family, backpacking, camping and kayaking, as well as the outdoors in general.

Areas of Practice:

Family law

Bar Admissions:

Texas, 2010


Southern Methodist University – Dedman School of Law, Dallas, Texas, 2010


  • Board Certified, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Family Law
  • Dallas Bar Association – Family Law Section, Civil Litigation Section
  • Texas Exes – Dallas Chapter
  • College of The State Bar of Texas
  • Best Lawyers Under 40, by D Magazine

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