Sean Patrick King primarily focuses his legal practice on divorce, child custody and support, estate planning, family law matters affecting the LGBTQ+ community, and cases involving the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS Cases).
Sean's personal and professional background has shaped him into a ready and willing advocate for his clients. Sean has consistently achieved favorable outcomes for his clients in contested hearings, in mediation, and in negotiations. Sean's clients can expect that they will receive excellent legal representation, be well informed about their case, and that he will help position them to achieve the most important goals of their legal cases.
Sean was raised in Louisiana and graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a minor in Business Administration. Following graduation, Sean attended Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, graduating with a degree of Juris Doctor and a Diploma in Comparative Law. While at LSU Law, Sean was a Dean’s Scholarship Recipient and a Chancellor’s Scholarship Recipient. While in law school, Sean served as the Southern Regional Chair for the National LGBT Bar Association Law Student Congress and as President of OUTLaw at LSU Law. Additionally, Sean served as a two-term judicial extern for Judge Shelley D. Dick for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana as well as summer law clerk for Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund in their Atlanta offices, for which he was awarded the Steven Richter Fellowship from the Pride Law Fund due to his work relating to LGBTQ civil rights and individuals living with HIV.
In his free time, Sean enjoys exploring the great state of Texas with his dog and his husband.