Corina Montoya

Corina is a Board Certified Family Law Paralegal assisting with representation of clients since 2011. Deeply passionate about her role in advocating for individuals during challenging times in their lives, she finds fulfillment in helping preserve familial relationships. With a love for travel and spending quality time with her family, Corina believes in the importance of family bonds, which drives her dedication to her work.

Corina's dedication to advocating for clients in family law matters stems from her belief in addressing the complexities of the legal process. She approaches every case with meticulous attention to detail, customizing her approach to fit the unique circumstances at hand. Understanding the emotional complexities involved, Corina provides unwavering support and guidance to clients throughout their legal journey. Whether it involves capturing precious moments in adoptions or navigating delicate family disputes, Corina is committed to helping individuals during one of the toughest times of their lives.

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Corina earned her Associates Degree in Applied Science from Odessa College in 2011. She holds Certificate I and Certificate II in Paralegal Studies from the same institution, laying a solid foundation for her career in the legal field.

Corina is also Board Certified in Family Law, a distinction by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization awarded to less than 2% of all licensed Texas paralegals. Only achievable by years of experience and education, this feat is rarely achieved.

According to TBLS’s data, there are more than 25,000 paralegals in Texas, with approximately 400 boasting a Board Certification in any area of law.

Professional Memberships/Associations:

As an active member of the District 11 Paralegal Division of the State Bar of Texas, Corina remains engaged in the legal community, staying updated on developments and networking with fellow professionals. Her dedication to her profession led her to achieve Board certification by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2023, further demonstrating her commitment to excellence in her field.