Denton, Texas 76201
Before becoming an attorney, David S. Bouschor II received his Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Wisconsin-Superior in 1980. This led him to work in the oil industry for several years. He has also owned a rescue and salvage diving business.
Mr. Bouschor is a 1991 graduate of the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. In 1998 he opened The Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C. in Denton, Texas. For over twenty years, Mr. Bouschor’s legal career has consisted of practicing in Family Law, Guardianship, Probate, Probate Litigation, and Collaborative Law. He is a firm believer in dispute resolution through negotiation; however, he has proven himself to be a skilled litigator. Mr. Bouschor is currently an active member of several professional organizations, including the College of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). He has also spent significant time training other professionals on the collaborative approach and process and has shared his expertise on this topic with international audiences.
These areas of law are especially rewarding to him as he takes an active and meaningful role in people’s lives. He prides himself on the highly individualized personal service he can offer as a small firm. This enables him to get to know his client’s full legal and personal situation. By working as a team, Mr. Bouschor and the client can fully access the client’s legal issues and only then help the client craft the best approach to dealing with the legal matter at hand.
Mr. Bouschor is active in several professional organizations. These include the College of the State Bar of Texas, the Denton County Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section, the Denton Bar of Texas Probate Section, the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, and the State Bar of Texas. He has been board certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Specialization since 1995. He is the Founder of the Denton County Bar Family Lawyers Section.
He enjoys competitive sailing, scuba diving, and is an avid outdoorsman.
Professional ActivitiesBoard of Directors - Collaborative Divorce Texas (2017 – Present) Founder and President, Denton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (2004- Present) MENSA (1992 – Present) Board of Directors, Flow Health Care Foundation, Inc. (1994 – Present) Past President, Denton County Bar Association, 2003-2004 Founder and Past President, Family Law Section of Denton County Bar Association (2000, 2001) Ex-Officio, Board of Directors, Denton County Bar Association
Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, Superior, 1980
Juris Doctorate, Southern Methodist University, 1991
2001 - Collaborative Family Law / Stu Webb
2003 - Collaborative Family Law Workshop / Sherri Slovin & Chip Rose
2003 - Advanced Collaborative Law Training / Chip Rose
2004 - Two-Day Collaborative Family Law Training / Chip Rose
2004 - Overview of Collaborative Family Law, Course ID #00007`979
2006 - Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training / Trusch Miller Solomon & Clarke
2007 - Basic Collaborative Law Training / Don Royall & Peltier
2007 - Basic 40 Hr. Mediation Training / TWU
2007 - Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training / Trusch
2007 - High Conflict Institute for Family Law Professionals / Bill Eddy
2007 - IACP Training for Trainers Using the IACP Basic Training Curriculum
2008 - Advanced Family Law Mediation Training / TWU
2008 - Understanding & Managing High Conflict Personalities
2008 - TX Model Collaborative Law Basic Training / Royall Trusch Milner
2008 - North Texas Conflict Resolution Conference
2010 - Advanced Negotiation Deal Design and Implementation / Harvard Negotiation Institute
2011 - Collaborative Law Course 2011
2012 - Collaborative Law Course 2012: The Collaborative Road Map from Start to Finish
2013 - Collaborative Law Course 2013: Advanced Strategies for Collaborative Solutions
2014 - 7th Annual Texas Collaborative Law
2015 - 8th Annual Texas Collaborative Law
2016 - 9th Annual Texas Collaborative Law
2017 - 10th Annual Texas Collaborative Law
2018 - 11th Annual Texas Collaborative Law
2019 - Collaborative Law Course 2019: Avoid Breaking Bad When Breaking Up
2020 - Collaborative Law Course 2020: A 20 Year Perspective/Learn from the Past & Build Hope for the Future
2021 - Collaborative Law 2021: Building Better Collaboration