Slav Talavera is a trial attorney that has been advocating for family rights in the State of Texas for over seven years. His entire career has been devoted to the practice of Family Law with an emphasis in complex asset division and military divorce.
Slav graduated from Washington University in St. Louis where he received a Presidential Scholarship. He graduated with honors receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Arts and a Bachelor of Sciences. After graduating Slav briefly worked in the financial sector before deciding to attend law school.
Slav went on to attend Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas where he was voted Jackson Walker Moot Court Champion and Best Oral Advocate. During law school, Slav also received his license to practice from the State Bar of Texas during his third year allowing him to begin practicing law under supervision of a senior attorney.
Slav was licensed to practice law in December of 2010 and began practicing family and civil law for Legal Aid of Texas. He was an associate attorney covering 52 counties in the State of Texas. During his time at Legal Aid, Slav became licensed in three Federal District Courts and became a Texas Veteran’s Commission licensed attorney.
After Leaving Legal Aid Slav went on to practice in Bell County Texas where he became the President of the Bell County Young Lawyers and continued an extensive career of litigation and community involvement. Slav practiced exclusively family law with an emphasis on military issues and complex retirement division.
Slav has continued to be involved with the community and with several charitable organizations. He specializes in complex financial divorces. He is fluent in Russian, Spanish and English.