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PLEASE SAVE THE DATE!

October 10th, 2023

11:30am to 1pm

Sugar Creek Country Club

420 Sugar Creek Blvd

Sugar Land, Texas 77478

Questions? Call/Text (832) 451-5867

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER CHRIS MEYER

WILL HONOR AND PRAISE OUR CPS CASE WORKERS, VOLUNTEERS AND DONORS!

 

Platinum Sponsor

Chris Meyer Law Firm, PLLC 

(281) 845-2472

 

Purchase tickets at www.fbrr.org/luncheon or use the QR Code below.

 

A little about Chris:

Christopher Meyer, a Texas native, served our country for seven years during the Global War on Terror. He is a former Texas CPS child himself and now fights for kids in the CPS system as a family law attorney. At the luncheon, Chris Meyer will honor and praise CPS case workers, volunteers and donors for keeping our little Texans safe from abuse and neglect.

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As a former Texas CPS child himself, Chris now advocates for little Texans in the CPS system as a family law attorney.

Christopher Meyer is a Texas native, former CPS ward and foster child. He graduated from Texas A&M University using an Army scholarship. Chris served in the United States Army for seven years during the Global War on Terror. During his time in the US Army, Chris served as a military intelligence officer with one tour in Iraq.

After serving in Iraq and exiting the service after his contract expired, Chris was diagnosed with PTSD from his time in Iraq and had physical issues from his service overseas. The Department of Veteran Affairs rated him as a disabled veteran.

As a disabled veteran, Chris took advantage of his educational benefits and used his Post 9/11 GI Bill to attend Thurgood Marshall School of Law.

While in law school, Chris met Jennifer Chiang, who is also an attorney. Chris and Jennifer got married and started Chiang Law Firm, PLLC together, which focused primarily on estate planning and probate.  They have one son and another who might be arriving this or next week!

While working at Chiang Law Firm, PLLC, Chris used his experience as a disabled veteran and lawyer to serve as the Senior Vice Commander - and later the Commander - of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 233 in Fort Bend County, which helps veterans who are struggling.

Due to an increase in demand for family law and estate planning attorneys, especially during the COVID19 pandemic, Chiang Law Firm, PLLC became too busy with work and saw a large influx in family law cases. Chris discontinued serving as the Commander due to the fast growth of the law firm.

To better manage the fast growth, Jennifer and Chris decided to split the law firm with Chiang Law Firm, PLLC practicing primarily in estate planning and probate. Chris founded Chris Meyer Law Firm PLLC, in Sugar Land. The primary purpose of Chris Meyer Law Firm, PLLC, was to manage the high demand for family law cases.

Chris used his past experiences as a child in the CPS system, as a former foster child and disabled veteran to connect, empathize and find common ground with others who are struggling. Chris is compassionate about advocating for the vulnerable, especially fellow children in the CPS system.

He understands the emotional toll and trauma our little Texans experience, which makes him a fierce advocate for those who are too young to have a voice.

He is committed to helping his clients get the justice they deserve and to protecting them from further abuse.

Chris is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Fort Bend County Bar Association, and the Texas Family Law Bar.

For Chris, it really is an honor to have an opportunity to share his experience and praise CPS case workers, volunteers and donors for their selflessness and dedication to protecting Texas's most valuable asset. Its children.

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