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William D. Bloodworth II

William D. Bloodworth II

Family Law Attorney
(Conroe, TX)

Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C.

I was born and raised a Texan and grew up in Livingston, Polk County, Texas. I graduated from Livingston High School and attended Southwestern Assemblies of God University, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Ministries. I began as an associate pastor in Livingston with my father, who was the pastor of Gethsemane Chapel. I assisted my father in his ministry in Livingston for some time and then I became pastor of that same church.

About a year after becoming pastor, my church merged with another church in Livingston. I then joined the United States Navy Reserves and attended Regent University School of Law, where I graduated in 1992 with a Juris Doctorate degree. I was admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas in November of 1992, and I opened my practice in Livingston, Texas. I founded what was then known as William D. Bloodworth II, Attorney and Counselor at Law, which I later formed as a professional limited liability company. Shortly thereafter, I began doing an extensive amount of work with the Texas prison system, in which I was assigned responsibility for all inmate requests for legal assistance in the women’s prison units in Texas, which generated a large amount of family law related legal work.

William D. Bloodworth II

Family Law Attorney
(Conroe, TX)

Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C.


What Am I Going To Do? How To Prepare For An Impending Divorce: Tips From A Board Certified Texas Family Law Attorney
Published Date: Feb 2020
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What Am I Going To Do? How To Prepare For An Impending Divorce: Tips From A Board Certified Texas Family Law Attorney

I have written this book for couples going through a divorce in Texas and don’t know what to do and how to proceed. Divorce is a difficult phase of a person’s life involving different issues such as preparing to file for divorce, asset protection, child custody, child support, or alimony. This book addresses all these matters and helps readers understand the divorce process in Texas and how to deal with it. Moreover, the book also educates its readers on why it is necessary to have a board-certified family law attorney to navigate divorce in Texas.