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Associate, Board Certified


Stephen Post’s practice encompasses all aspects of family law including divorce, custody, premarital and post marital agreements, and enforcements. He has represented clients in all aspects of litigation in these areas including at mediation, trial and arbitration, and in the court of appeals. Stephen takes a practical approach to his practice with a focus of obtaining a favorable resolution for his client outside of the courtroom whether it be through informal settlement or at mediation while at the same time being prepared to fully litigate in the courtroom at trial. Stephen is a seasoned litigator and when settlement was not possible, he has tried complex divorce cases and custody cases for both mothers and fathers. He has defended against unmeritorious efforts to set aside premarital agreements, and has successfully set aside premarital agreements.

Stephen graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He received his legal education from South Texas College of Law graduated with highest honors in May of 2011. He received CALI awards in Marital Property Law, Oil and Gas Law, and Corporate Law. This award is given to the student with the highest grade in the class. While in law school, Stephen was a member of the South Texas College of Law – Houston Law Review, interned at the First Court of Appeals of Houston, and interned at the Harris County District Attorney’s office.

Since 2019, Stephen has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© for work in the area of Family Law. Stephen has been selected in 2021-2024 as a Rising Star by Texas Super lawyers.





    • Speaker, “Discovery, Spoliation, and Sanctions”, 2019 Advanced On A Shoestring, Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association CLE
    • Co-Author: The Truth is More Important Than the Facts: The Consequences of Lying in Family Court, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, November 2011
    • Author: Modifications – Navigating the Minefield, HVLP 2012 Family Law Seminar, May 11, 2012
    • Speaker, Opening & Closing, Becoming a Family Trial Lawyer, Fort Worth, Texas 2024


South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas

University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2011