KEVIN W. CHRISTIANSEN - ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY
Kevin has been working in law since he took his first job at a law office at the age of 16. He is a dedicated, passionate attorney who works tirelessly for his clients to get them the outcome they are entitled to under the law.
Prior to attending law school, Kevin attended Brigham Young University, where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Kevin's background in psychology has paid significant dividends in his practice of law, and helped him litigate complicated and often highly emotional cases.
Kevin attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where he excelled in advocacy. Kevin was one of the most decorated students in the history of Thurgood Marshall School of Law, graduating Valedictorian of his graduating class and earning numerous advocacy awards, including Best Advocate of the Rocky Mountain Regional BLSA Competition, Advocate of the Year for the school Mock Trial Program in 2015, and Champion of the Catherine Haley Shaw Mock Trial Competition, Champion of the Rocky Mountain Regional BLSA Mock Trial Competition, Champion of the Southwest Regional BLSA Mock Trial Competition, in addition to being a finalist in back to back national mock trial competitions. For Kevin's advocacy accomplishments, he was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, which is a national organization that provides recognition for individuals who have excelled in advocacy and service at their respective schools.
After graduation from law school, Kevin worked for the Adams Law Firm in Houston, Texas, where he practiced primarily family law and helped his clients navigate the difficult issues facing divorcing families. Kevin is also a certified mediator, and has helped litigants save significant costs and stress by coming to a mutual resolution to the involved issues.
Kevin's dedication to his clients is what enables him to be such a successful member of the team at the Bush and Bush Law Group. Kevin's primary areas of practice are family law and other civil litigation.