Let’s Elect A Judge for Families:
Compassionate, Consistent, and Committed.
I am running for Family Court Judge with a deep sense of purpose-driven by my experiences as a lawyer, volunteer, and, most profoundly, as a daughter of a teacher and a working mother to two young children. The challenges faced by working parents are not just legal matters for me; they are personal. Navigating the complexities of family court is not an abstract concept but a reality that I understand intimately.
As a mother, I have felt the strains of balancing a demanding career with the joys and responsibilities of parenthood. I bring a fresh perspective to the table, one grounded in the daily struggles of working people who are often caught in the intricate web of family court proceedings. I firmly believe that family court decisions can have long-lasting developmental outcomes for children, outcomes that are significantly influenced by their parents' work lives. It's not just a legal obligation; it's a moral responsibility to ensure that our actions in family court today positively shape the future generations we are nurturing. I am committed to approaching this role with empathy, understanding, and a genuine connection to the challenges faced by working parents, seeking to create a family court environment that truly serves the best interests of our families and, by extension, our community's future.
Integration of technology to help attorneys and all families who need access to the court
Listen with discernment and responding with compassion to apply the law with fairness
A reputation of hundreds of Harris county family law cases in all 11 family courts representing families from every walk of life for 12 years.
Lillian Henny Alexander was born in Houston, TX and graduated from Louisiana State University. Lillian is a 2011 graduate of Thurgood Marshall School of Law (TSU). As a family law attorney, she has repeatedly been named to the list of Top Women Family Lawyers in Texas.
Lillian Henny Alexander has handled hundreds of family law cases in Harris County and the surrounding counties.
She is also a proud member of Texas Bar College.