Steve has lived in Texas for more than four decades. He graduated from Southern Methodist University Law School in 1972 and has practiced family law ever since. In 1982, Steve became a board-certified family law attorney, a distinction held by only a handful of lawyers in Texas. Prior to starting his solo practice, Steve was a partner in a large firm for more than 16 years. His primary areas of practice are family law divorce and sports and entertainment law.
As a family lawyer, Steve is a firm believer in using mediation and collaborative law whenever possible, and most of time he is able to settle cases out of court. He understands the emotional and financial difficulty of divorce and works hard to settle cases calmly and quickly.
The staff at Buholz Law has been working with Steve for more than 20 years. This team of professionals works together to resolve your case in your best interest.
Steve is an active member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Board of Legal Specialization Family Law, Dallas Bar Association, Collin County Bar Association, The College of the State Bar of Texas, Collaborative Law Dallas, The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas and The Annette Stewart American Inn of Court.
He is also actively involved in the community and the arts as a member of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Dallas Architecture Forum, The Dallas Opera Guild, Dallas Museum of Art (P.M. League), Dallas Symphony Orchestra Innovators, Nasher Sculpture Center, The Metropolitan Opera, Meadows Museum, Commanderie de Bordeaux, and La Confrerie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs.
At the age of 12 Steve became the youngest Eagle Scout in the U.S. He continues to hike all over the world, is an avid tennis player and is married to a professional tennis player. Together they have four children and two grandchildren.